New York, NY and Toronto Canada, Dec. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Schrödinger, Inc., a privately-held company dedicated to revolutionizing drug discovery through advanced computational methods, and MaRS Innovation, a non-profit organization supporting the commercialization of research breakthroughs from Toronto’s leading academic institutions, today announced the launch of Bright Angel Therapeutics. The new Toronto-based company is focused on the development of novel therapeutics for treatment of drug-resistant and life-threatening fungal infections. Bright Angel’s first program is based on foundational research from ...
Toronto, August 18, 2016 – Toronto-based ScarX Therapeutics (ScarX) has received approval from Health Canada to begin a Phase I clinical trial of its SCX-001 nefopam cream, a first-of-its-kind topical treatment developed to significantly reduce surgical scarring.
This announcement was covered in Yahoo Finance, The Canadian Business Journal, Global News Wire, and BioSpace.
Applied immediately after surgical wound closure, SCX-001 reduces the amount of scar tissue that develops during the body’s natural healing process. The 24-subject Phase I clinical trial will be conducted at ...
UTEST graduate company building a versatile, smart, modular power bar
We've all been there: You reach over behind your TV to plug in yet another device to find your power bar’s out of available outlets. You wonder why your electricity bill’s so high and want to know which appliance is the culprit. You forget to turn something off (or did you?) and you’re already halfway to a meeting.
Knitt Labs, Inc. has developed KnittBar to solve these frustrating problems for those who are ...
Amber Mac from Dx3 Canada interviewed Zack Fisch, CEO and co-founder of DashMD. In the video, Zack discusses DashMD's vision for a better healthcare system and what the company is doing in order to improve the discharge process for patients.
Dash MD seeks to improve the quality of healthcare by providing patients with the necessary tools, information, and resources that they need to successfully traverse their own personal and individualized road to recovery. Their Patient Engagement Platform will be downloadable to patients in ...
Companies in fourth cohort developing products ranging from software to therapeutic platforms; applications for fifth cohort, in partnership with MLA48, open until May 27, 2016
TORONTO (May 9, 2016) — The University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology (UTEST) incubator, co-directed by U of T’s Innovations & Partnerships Office (IPO) and MaRS Innovation with financial support from the Connaught Fund, has announced five investments in start-up companies from Cohort 4.
The five companies and the diverse sectors they target are:
Ardra Bio, which is ...
Montreal-based venture capital fund and entrepreneurship program brings over $20 million in funding and deep expertise in consumer electronics to MI members; first deal in speech recognition
TORONTO and MONTREAL, (May 3, 2016) — MaRS Innovation, the commercialization agent for fifteen of Toronto’s top academic institutions, and TandemLaunch, a Montreal-based venture capital fund and startup incubator that specializes in consumer electronics have formed a strategic partnership (see the Areas of Interest chart below for examples). The partnership will co-develop promising technology emerging ...
It’s been a busy quarter for UTEST company TrendMD. Fresh off their participation in Ycombinator’s Winter 2016 cohort, which was covered in TechCrunch, the company has announced partnerships with HighWire and Integra.
TrendMD, a Canadian start-up company, is a content recommendation engine for scholarly publishers. They work with over 2,000 medical journals by organizing and tailoring information to the appropriate audiences. This functionality creates several opportunities for various researchers to promote their research and clinical practices in their respective fields.
TrendMD launched through ...
Company initiating two new clinical trials for recurrent and newly diagnosed malignant gliomas
TORONTO and SAN DIEGO, (May 03, 2016) – Triphase Accelerator Corporation, a private drug development company dedicated to advancing novel compounds through Phase 2 proof-of-concept, today announced that it is expanding its current collaboration with Celgene Corp. in the development of marizomib for the potential treatment of malignant gliomas.
The two companies will collaborate on a Phase 2 study using marizomib (MRZ) as monotherapy in recurrent glioblastoma, as well as a Phase ...