Susan Brenda Jaglal, PhD, FCAHS
Sustained Excellence in Graduate Teaching & Mentorship
Graduate Faculty Education Awards
Dr. Jaglal is the Interim Chair and Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto with cross appointments to the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) and the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME). She holds the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-University Health Network Chair at the University of Toronto. Professor Jaglal also is the Academic Lead for Training in the AGEWELL Networks of Centres of Excellence.
Prof. Jaglal is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and a recipient of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics Service Award.
Dr. Jaglal is a health services researcher with over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles. Her research interests include osteoporosis, spinal cord injury and rehabilitation health services with emphasis on utilization, appropriateness, self-management and knowledge translation. As a dedicated educator, Prof. Jaglal is the recipient of the Faculty of Medicine Graduate Teaching Award for Sustained Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentorship, the Continuing/Sustained Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision and Mentorship Award from RSI and the Eugenie Stewart Award for MSc/PhD Supervision from IHPME.
Quote from the Winner
I am honoured to receive this award. As an educator and researcher I am committed to providing good mentorship. Over my career I have had excellent mentors and this experience is something I wanted to pass along to my students.
About the Award
The Sustained Excellence in Graduate Teaching award was established in 2002 in an effort to recognize sustained contribution to any aspect of graduate teaching including a course, curriculum development, graduate program administration, graduate student supervision or academic role modeling, for more than fifteen years.