Professor Samira Abbasgholizadeh Ramini Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) Recipient

Written by FMER

August 30, 2023

We are thrilled to extend our warmest congratulations to Prof. Samira A. Rahimi, whose exceptional dedication, and groundbreaking contributions to advanced digital health in family medicine and primary healthcare have been acknowledged with the prestigious Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) award.

This remarkable achievement reflects Prof. Rahimi’s unwavering commitment to advancing the frontiers of knowledge in family medicine and primary healthcare, to significantly contribute to the development of the family medicine education research agenda, underscoring her profound impact on both academia and society at large. Her innovative work has not only expanded our understanding of advanced technologies like Artificial Intelligence, but also holds the potential to revolutionize family medicine education and practice.

The Canada Research Chair (tier 2) award is a testament to Prof. Rahimi’s outstanding expertise and leadership in the field. Through her rigorous research and collaborative spirit, she continues to inspire colleagues and students alike. As a professor in the Family Medicine Department and our FMER group, Prof. Rahimi enriches the academic landscape and exemplifies the excellence we strive for.

Please join us in congratulating Prof. Rahimi on this remarkable accomplishment. We look forward to witnessing the continued growth of her research and its profound influence on advanced digital primary healthcare and beyond.

For more information about how McGill’s 11 Canada Research Chairs are making an impact, read the McGill Reporter’s recent article here.

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