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Dr. Evaniew and Dr. Khan honoured for their outstanding productivity

Published: May 7, 2014
Moin_Khan Nathan_Evaniew

 

MacOrtho is please to congratulate Dr. Moin Khan and Dr. Nathan Evaniew. They have each been awarded a 2014 Faculty of Health Sciences Graduate Student Publication Award for their outstanding productivity in the Health Research Methodology program this year!

Between them, they have authored or co-authored more than 25 new manuscripts since beginning their graduate studies in July 2014. Dr. Khan and Dr. Evaniew have also collaborated together on several recent projects, including the following:

  Khan M, Evaniew N, Bedi A, Ayeni OR, Bhandari M. Arthroscopic Surgery for Degenerative Tears of the Meniscus: A Meta-Analysis. Undergoing peer-review, April 2014
  Evaniew N, Khan M, Drew B, Kwok D, Bhandari M, Ghert M. Minimally invasive versus open discectomy: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Undergoing peer-review, April 2014.
  Evaniew N, Khan M, Drew B, Peterson D, Bhandari M, Ghert M. Intrawound vancomycin to prevent infections after spine surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis. In press - European Spine Journal, April 2014


Dr. Khan was also awarded a 2014 Faculty of Health Sciences Diversity Graduate Student Award. This award recognizes graduate students from traditionally under-represented communities who have demonstrated outstanding research achievements in the field of health science in Canada.

Dr. Khan and Dr. Evaniew will receive their awards at a reception on May 29th at 4pm in the Heersink Reading Pavilion of the Health Sciences Library.


 

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