2012 Kimmett Cup raises $25,000
The 2012 Kimmett Cup was another highly successful and truly uplifting event. In the end, $25,000 were raised to support the LINDSAY Virtual Human project. We sincerely thank everybody who contributed to this fantastic success. We all had much fun and great memories of Lindsay Leigh.
We are particularly grateful for this year’s Kimmett Cup Co-Chairs: our appreciation goes to Jason Baserman,Joe MacLellan, and Reid Kimmett for all their dedication and hard work.
This was our announcement before the Cup:
The 2012 Kimmett Cup is another far reaching and fun event for the whole family. Come out to Cochrane, play hockey, have fun, and take the opportunity to talk to members of the LINDSAY Virtual Human team.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
More informtion on the 2012 Kimmett Cup is here.
The LINDSAY Project is highlighted in the Faculty of Medicine Donor Report 2010-2011.
The LINDSAY team greatly appreciates all support we have received for our starting year from our donors and from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary.
“I thought the way we were teaching anatomy was pretty static,” says Dr. Wright. “I thought there could be a more visual and interactive way to teach anatomy, something more dynamic for students.”
At the end of the Tournament of Aces, Kelly and Dianne Kimmett (left) present a $100,000 cheque to the LINDSAY Virtual Human team. On the right, from left to right: Dr. Christian Jacob, Taylor Kimmett, Timothy Davison, Afshin Esmaeili, Reid Kimmett, Scott Steil, and Carey Gingras.
The LINDSAY Virtual Human team received a cheque of $100,000 from the Lindsay Leigh Kimmet foundation. This money was collected as part of the 2011 Tournament of Aces.
Our LINDSAY team and the Department of Undergraduate Medical Education at the University of Calgary want to express our sincere “THANK YOU!” to everybody who contributed to the success of this event and to all the donors, who made this fabulous contribution possible.
We particularly thank Dianne, Kelly, Taylor, and Reid Kimmett.
We will continue to help make Dr. Lindsay Kimmett’s passion live on forever.
See more information on the Tournament of Aces here.
Multi-scale modeling, E. coli simulation, renal system visualization, blood clotting model, interactive fly-throughs, blood oxygenation, anatomy presentation in the classroom
This video was created by Ayushi Gupta during her research summer in 2011.
Original design of our LINDSAY website at its first launch
With the Lindsay Virtual Human project we create a 3-dimensional, interactive computer model of male and female anatomy and physiology for medical education.
LINDSAY provides digital exploration and study tools for medical students that complement their learning experiences in the classroom and their investigations with medical simulators, and virtual patients.
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