An early-stage technology that may revolutionize the way burn victims are treated is generating considerable buzz in Toronto media this week.
Globe and Mail reporter Robert Everett-Green wrote about the joint University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre project January 20 in "A 3-D machine that prints skin? How burn care could be revolutionized."
Health reporter Beatrice Politi also covered the Bio Printer project for Global News Toronto January 21. Her video segment includes an interview with PhD student Lian Leng and ...
The Los Angeles Times featured Dr. Gregory Czarnota's research in their Science Now section on July 10, 2012, which reports on discoveries from the world of science and medicine (update: the article is no longer available online).
Czarnota, a researcher at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, is working with MaRS Innovation to license his patented technology: radiosensitization of tumour cells using a combination of microbubbles and targeted, high-intensity, focused ultrasound. (more…)
A discovery that could help millions of diabetics worldwide is the subject of a lucrative pharmaceutical deal that will enrich the Toronto hospital that created it - part of a growing trend of selling science to help shore up Canada's troubled health-care system.
Tuesday's agreement between Sanofi-Aventis and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre on a wound-healing molecule demonstrates how entrepreneurial hospitals can become when the very sustainability of medicare is in question.
But the licensing deal with one of the world's biggest drug companies ...
Bridgewater, NJ and Toronto, ON- February 15, 2011 - Sanofi-aventis (EURONEXT: SAN and NYSE: SNY) and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Toronto, Canada) announced that they have entered into a research agreement and licensing option for vasculotide, an investigational compound to treat chronic wounds. This includes neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers caused by a lack of sensation and neuropathic ulcers that are complicated by peripheral arterial disease, commonly called neuroischemic diabetic foot ulcers.
“Our new relationship with Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre fits our strategy ...
Dr. John Rowlands’ X-ray Light Valve technology among the first TBRRI patents that MaRS Innovation will bring to market
January 26, 2011 (Thunder Bay, ON) – Today, MaRS Innovation welcomes Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute (TBRRI) as its newest member.
MaRS Innovation is an incorporated non-profit organization with an international, independent, industry-led Board of Directors. It is the commercialization agent for 16 member institutions that are leading Ontario life sciences and commercialization agents. Partners include the University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, ...
TORONTO (March 23, 2010) — MaRS Innovation and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre have entered into their first set of agreements to collaboratively commercialize a novel therapeutic technology and three advances in medical imaging. These four technologies will impact diagnosis and care for epidemic chronic illnesses and have clear and broad commercial potential. MI will shepherd these opportunities through the next stages of the commercialization process.
“We are coming out of the gate vigorously in identifying this group of Sunnybrook technologies as commercialization ...