TrendMD, a medical publishing company that helps doctors, researchers, and professionals in STEM-related fields to find the most relevant content amid an unending sea of daily publications, was recently featured in a Canadian Press article by Adam Miller.
The article was published on CBC.ca, CTV.ca, Waterloo Record, Sing Tao Daily, World Journal, Surrey Leader, Metro News, Winnipeg Free Press, Brampton Guardian, Ottawa Citizen, 660 News Radio, Canadian Business, Times Colonist, Yahoo News, Soo Today, Lethbridge Herald and YorkRegion.com, among other sources.
The company is part of the second UTEST cohort and was founded by Paul Kudlow, a Toronto-based physician-scientist.
The program is co-directed by MaRS Innovation and the University of Toronto.
Here’s an excerpt:
“Everything starts with the information overload problem. Today, there are now over 4,000 new articles that are published per day, and that’s just in biomedicine alone,” says Paul Kudlow, a Toronto-based physician-scientist and founder of TrendMD, a startup financially backed by MaRS Innovation and the Ontario Centres of Excellence.
Kudlow says the amount of published medical research is growing and is spread throughout an estimated 27,000 medical journals, making it nearly impossible to keep up with the latest developments. (more…)