Canada has the highest rate of multiple sclerosis. Now St. Michael's Hospital is launching a $30M centre to fight MS | Toronto Star
The Barlo MS Centre, funded mainly by donations, is expected to be a global leader in multiple sclerosis care and research.
U of T's Janet Rossant named one of five L’Oréal-UNESCO outstanding women in science
One of Canada’s leading stem cell researchers, Professor Janet Rossant, will be honoured by UNESCO and the L'Oréal Foundation as one of five outstanding female scientists from around the world.
Making medicine, not money: How one U of T researcher's startup is rethinking Big Pharma's business model
The latest medical innovation to spring from Aled Edwards’s University of Toronto lab isn’t a new protein structure or potential drug target – it’s a business model.
Toronto Wins Bid to Host Top Medical Technology Conference in 2020 - Metro Toronto Convention Centre
TORONTO (September 27, 2017) The Metro Toronto Convention Centre and Tourism Toronto are pleased to announce that Toronto has been selected by the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) to host the foremost international event for medical technology experts, The MedTech Conference, set to take place October 5-7, 2020. The major convention will bring over 2,600 […]
Careers - MaRS
MaRS Discovery District (@MaRSDD) in Toronto is the one of the world’s largest urban innovation hubs. MaRS supports promising young ventures tackling key societal challenges in the Health, Energy & En...
It's time to capitalize on Toronto's early lead in artificial intelligence: U of T experts
Thanks in part to research at the University of Toronto, Canada has emerged as an early leader in the artificial intelligence revolution – but truly reaping its rewards will require political vision, an ongoing commitment to diversity and an appetite for winning that, outside of hockey,
What does the future of telemedicine look like?
As the world develops farther into what is often referred to the "tech age," the medical industry it doing its part to keep up. The desire for convenience - both of time and access - has led to an increased demand for tech-based medical solutions. Telemedicine - remote diagnosis and/or treatment via technology - is at the centre of this development.
Careers | Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine | Article
Role Summary: We are seeking a Manager, Commercialization. You will be the point person for providing and coordinating customized commercialization advice and support to university-based Principal I...
Inside the AI healthcare revolution: meeting the robots that can detect Alzheimer's and depression
This is the second in a three-part series reporting from Toronto’s booming Artificial Intelligence sector where new technologies are being pioneered that will permanently change all of our lives