Dr. Benjamin Goldstein

For his work exploring the links between bipolar disorder and heart (cardiovascular) health in teens, Dr. Goldstein was awarded the 2017 Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research.

The Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research, established in 2015, celebrates early career researchers in the area of mental health and encourages them to continue their research in Canada. The $100,000 annual prize recognizes excellence in clinical research, innovative thinking, collaboration, imagination and originality.

For the full story, see: Most teens aren’t thinking about their heart health – but if they have bipolar disorder, they should be

Photos: At right, Award recipient, Dr. Benjamin Goldstein. Below, Dr. Benjamin Goldstein (third from the left), surrounded by MGFC board members (l to r), Dr. Ian Arnold, Dr. Chris Carruthers, Mr. Richard Hofer, Ms. Johanne Charbonneau, Mr. Tony Tattersfield, Mr. David Hill, and Dr. Wayne Quan

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