Leyla Soleymani, a member of the MGDII College of Health Inventors, and her team, have created the prototype for a hand-held device to measure a biomarker for cancer, paving the way for home-based cancer monitoring and to improve access to diagnostic testing.
MGDII College of Health Inventors Chair Dr. Sheila Singh co-founded a Canadian research company which was recently acquired by an American company. The newly created subsidiary Century Therapeutics Canada team will be based at the McMaster Innovation Park.
The Clinic is currently accepting applications from teams and individuals for its 2020-21 cohort that runs from October 2020 - June 2021. Projects and people selected will become Clinic Residents and have access to innovation coaches, a network of mentors, market and patent databases, exclusive learning opportunities and more.
Do you have a big idea or exciting project you want to explore for commercialization potential? Expand your learning this fall through the Health Venture Program (HVP). This 12-week, self-directed, professional development certificate program teaches you key concepts in health innovation and commercialization.
Several experts from academia and industry have been recruited to mentor residents at The Clinic. Each mentor comes with at least one area of expertise, a network to draw from, and an eagerness educate the next generation of health entrepreneurs.
A team of students in the Innovators in Scrubs program identified opportunities for innovation at Joseph Brant Hospital (JBH). The team presented their findings, and solution ideas, to leaders within JBH and McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences.
Explore health ventures at McMaster University's new innovation spaces, The Clinic @ Mac and The Clinic @ Joe's. The pair joins The Clinic @ DeGroote to complete a collection of idea and project accelerators in the Faculty of Health Sciences.