Sam Katz Community Health and Aging Research Unit


katzaward.jpgWinner of Two 2016 Global Best Awards

Gold, North America: Partnerships Crossing Boundaries

Overall Global Winner: Partnerships Crossing Boundaries

The Sam Katz Community Health and Aging Research Unit received top international awards for community partnerships. The research unit was recognized for its legacy from 1996-2016, for creating the novel Cherryhill Healthy Aging Program and for its novel community-business-education research partnership model.

Global Best Awards celebrate outstanding and effective business, education and community organization partnerships that have a significant impact on the communities in which they operate. Presented by the International Partnership Network (IPN) in partnership with The Conference Board of Canada at the 2016 Learning and Employability, Partnership Solutions Conference in Oslo, Norway.

Other Awards

2015 Inaugural CIHR Kirkley Postdoctoral Fellowship Award in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Innovation

2006 City of London Mayor's Community Recognition Award