Ontario Advanced Research Computing Congress
Compute Ontario brings industry leaders and innovators together to drive advanced research computing forward through the Ontario Advanced Research Computing Congress. Join Canadian advanced research computing experts and decision makers in Toronto, Ontario, May 15-17, 2018. The event is a gathering of researchers and graduate students, innovators and industry, and highly qualified personnel across sectors, including health and AI, from across the province and beyond.
NEW TRENDS IN CLINICAL TRIALS: How Data Capabilities Will Transform Clinical Trials
Please join us for a session that will focus on how evolving data mining capabilities and advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence and genomics, will impact clinical trials and healthcare innovation. This high-profile event highlights opportunities for the industry to innovate clinical trials through these technologies and to promote Ontario and Quebec’s joint capabilities for conducting clinical trials. Dr. Molly Shoichet PhD, O.C., O. Ont., NAEOntario’s first Chief Scientist and a world-leading expert in the study of polymers for drug delivery and in tissue regeneration, with a focus on spinal cord injuries, strokes and blindness. Rémi Quirion, OC, PhD, CQ, FRSCQuébec’s first Chief Scientist and chair on the boards of directors for the three Fonds de recherche du Québec andadvises the Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation on research and scientific development issues. Michael Duong, PhDDirector for Evidence Generation in Medical Affairs for Hoffmann-La Roche Limited, managing a team r...
MaRS EXCITE Program Updates
Calling all health technology innovators! Trying to sell your health technology innovation within the Ontario health system is complicated. Not only do you have to prove that your technology is safe and does what it should, you also have to demonstrate how it compares to current practice and how it can generate value for the system. We can help. The MaRS EXCITE program is a collaborative approach that fosters the adoption of innovative health technologies in Ontario and leverages those successes into global markets. Getting the data is one thing but realistically putting the technology into practice is another. Using a collaborative approach, EXCITE helps mitigate barriers to adoption by facilitating conversations with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and other key stakeholders. By identifying particular market access hurdles your innovation could face, EXCITE will work with you to create a roadmap for how best to navigate the health system. By engaging the health system early on, the EXC...
2018 Apps For Health | FHIR - Registration
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Annual CSPS Symposium | CSPS
2018 CSPS Annual Symposium TRANSLATING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY TO PATIENT CARE May 22 – 25, 2018 Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, ON A joint Symposium with Canadian Society of Pharmacology and Therapeutics (CSPT) and Canadian Chapter of Controlled Release Society (CC-CRS) Scientific Co-Chairs: Catherine Lau (Janssen Inc.) Micheline Piquette-Miller (University of Toronto) Scientific Organizing Committee: For CSPS: Frank ... read more
Health System Innovation
Join us in a knowledge thought-leader event on Health System Innovation - in Brampton and beyond. Moderated by Ms. Giselle Commissiong, Partner EY Life Sciences, the expert panel will discuss and share health system innovations.
LSO - LSO Annual Awards Presentation -
MEMBER LOGIN Email: Password: Forgot Password? | Become a Member I am part of a Corporate Membership LSO Annual Awards Presentation Wednesday, February 28, 2018 LSO 2018 Celebra...
FACIT Falcons' Fortunes Pitch Competition
FACIT Falcons' Fortunes 2018 - Pitch Competition Concept: Falcons’ Fortunes (based on the popular TV series Dragons’ Den) invites Ontario-based entrepreneurs working in the oncology space to pitch in...
What is the purpose? This program is intended to provide graduate students and post-docs in Life Sciences with connections to mentors who are working as professionals in the mentee’s field of interest. How does it work? The 6-month program provides graduate student mentees with the opportunity to become closely acquainted with a professional mentor,