TR Talks is hosted by the University of Toronto's Translational Research Program (TRP) and is intended to provoke discussion and community building. The next talk will be October 30th on the topic of "Pathways to Market: Post clinical trials."
Co-op students for January internships are already securing positions. OBIO H2BB can help connect you to top tier talent from programs with January internships including McMaster’s Master of Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization, University of Toronto’s Master of Biotechnology and McMaster’s DeGroote Co-op MBA. Students from these programs may qualify for Ontario’s Co-operative Education Tax Credit.
This week, as part of the TCI Network 2018 Global Conference, OBIO CEO Gail Garland led a session with Canadian and international experts on our domestic health cluster.
Through the partnership, Stryker's will offer Synaptive’s BrightMatter™ Plan software, which automatically generates high-fidelity, dynamic, whole-brain tractography.
On October 3rd, OBIO hosted a CEO2CEO event attended by over 30 CEOs and senior health science company executives
ManagingLife's CEO Tahir Janmohamed discussed recent partnerships and plans for the future in an article titled, "Biomedical Zone gives startups place to validate in clinical settings."
The Synapse Life Science Competition is designed to help move innovative life science products and services out of the lab and into the market. The top-ranked teams will deliver a business pitch, competing for up to $60,000 in cash and in-kind prizes.
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Canadian Donna Strickland and co-laureate Gérard Mourou, whose research paved the way towards the shortest and most intense laser pulses created by humankind. Dr. Strickland is an associate professor at the University of Waterloo, and is one of three women to receive the Nobel Prize in Physics.
The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI), led by Baycrest, has announced support for the development and validation testing of 31 new innovations in aging and brain healthcare, resulting in a total of $1.4 M in support through CABHI’s Spark program.