Business of Regenerative Medicine
CCRM and the Rotman School of Management present the 10th annual Business of Regenerative Medicine, in partnership with Case Western Reserve University, the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience at Georgia Tech. This 2.5 day workshop will include lectures delivered by established scientific and industry leaders, panel discussions, case study analysis, competitions, networking events and more.
MaRS EXCITE Information Session
Calling all health technology innovators! Trying to sell your medical device, software or diagnostic tests to hospitals and policy makers is tough. We understand. Not only do you have to prove that your technology is safe and does what it should, you also have to show how it stacks up against current practices in effectiveness and cost, AND you have to find people who are willing to give you a chance and try out your technology. Getting this right takes a lot of time and money. We can help. The MaRS Excellence in Clinical Innovation and Technology Evaluation (EXCITE) program is a collaboration between a range of stakeholders in the health system that work together to help innovative health technologies get to market faster and improve patient outcomes in Ontario and around the world. At the end of the program, companies will have a robust evidence package, called the EXCITE core evidentiary bundle, that they can use for both Health Canada licensing and reimbursement and purchasing reviews. Getting the data...
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HealthAchieve 2017 Home
2016 Highlights Another successful and exciting HealthAchieve has come and gone, but the experience and lessons learned will live on as we carry out our important roles in health care. Armed with new ...
This Molecular World: From Fake News to Infectious Disease
Fake news permeates all parts of society, but how can we combat fake science news? Joe Schwarcz tackles pseudoscience and celebrity science, which is more harmful than you can imagine. Can we go beyond treating the symptoms of disease? Molly Shoichet explains how we can stop and reverse disease progression with regenerative medicine. Are dwindling resources and environmental damage an inevitable consequence of modern living? Gilbert Walker shows us new fish farming technologies that are good for the fish and safe for the marine environment. How can we translate cutting-edge advances in healthcare to displaced populations? Aaron Wheeler describes a new model for bringing infectious disease diagnostics to low-resource settings. How can we take advantage of the internet for good? Sir Martyn Poliakoff tells us how he went from the Test tube to YouTube to engage millions of people around the world in discovery. Join us as we explore these questions and more at This Molecular World: From Fake News to Infectiou...
Keiretsu Forum 2017 Angel Capital Expo
It is our absolute pleasure to host the Keiretsu community of investors and sponsors in Toronto, the third Angel Capital Expo to be held in Canada. This is an exciting time for Keiretsu Canada. In just over four years, we have grown to six chapters spanning the entire country from West to East. It is our belief that the goal of an angel network for entrepreneurs should be much more than the pursuit for capital. Entrepreneurs should have the ability to secure new business relationships, distribution channels and strategic partnerships through their engagement with an angel network. With its global reach, Keiretsu Forum is the perfect platform for entrepreneurs. It is therefore by design that the Central Canada Angel Capital Expo will bring together investors and distribution leads from across the globe into an amazing venue in the Greater Toronto Area. At this year's Expo, we will be hosting 14 investment ready growth companies, 12 international showcase companies and 6 start-up stage companies. We look...
JLABS @ Toronto One Year Anniversary
JLABS @ Toronto MaRS Centre, West Tower 661 University Avenue, Suite 1300 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 0B7 647-243-5200 Get directions As the first JLABS to open outside the United States, JLABS @ Toronto joins a network of life science facilities that are based throughout the United States in San Diego (the flagship JLABS), San Francisco, Boston and Houston.
Deep Technology Exchange | May 30-31, 2017 | Toronto, Canada
DTE2017 brings together deep technology and growth capital, connecting innovative North America’s tech startups with China’s influential capital partners.
e-Health Annual Conference & Tradeshow 2017 | e-Health 2017 Toronto Canada
Join us for e-Health Conference 2017 in Toronto, Canada! Connect with top quality organizations & prominent leaders in the field of Health Informatics. Learn about the latest tools, innovations & research that can be applied within your scope of practice.