Dr. Darren Freed and Dr. Jayan Nagendran have developed an innovative transplant technology, Ex-Vivo Organ Support System (EVOSS™). EVOSS™ offers a solution to this problem by enabling utilization of a significant portion of the pool of currently unutilized organs.
Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (WCHRI)
Visionary support from the University of Alberta, Alberta Health Services, the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation has drawn attention to two under-represented areas in health research: women’s and children’s health
An immersive reality company using augmented and virtual reality technology to enhance surgery, save lives, and avoid complications.
Department of Pediatrics
One of Canada's leading academic health centres for pediatric specialty and subspecialty education and research. They also work in conjunction with the Stollery Children's Hospital to provide leading edge clinical care.
Department of Oncology, University of Alberta
A clinical and basic sciences department created in 1993 that provides a focus for cancer-related teaching and research.
Alberta Transplant Institute
A multidisciplinary, virtual institute improving transplantation and donation in Alberta, and achieving global impact in cutting-edge research, improvements in patient care, education, and advocacy.
Microquest creates software solutions to keep your practice organized, profitable, and healthy.
Dr. Mahdi Tavakoli
Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Alberta
OnePlace – Trusted Health Services
OnePlace is an inclusive online service that let’s individuals and their families coordinate all of their care providers in one place.
Canadian Health Advanced by Nutrition and Graded Exercise Program
The CHANGE program, created by leading health professionals at Metabolic Syndrome www.metabolicsyndromecanada.ca, is a team-based approach of integrating nutrition and exercise interventions into primary care settings.
Sensory Motor Adaptive Rehabilitation Technology (SMART) Network
Develop innovative medical devices and rehabilitative interventions for people with neural injuries and diseases such as spinal cord injury, stroke and multiple sclerosis.
University Hospital Foundation
The University Hospital Foundation was created in 1962 by an act in the Alberta legislature. In the decades since, we have evolved into one of the most successful hospital fundraising organizations in Canada.
Early Detection of Cancer Challenge
Brings together government, funding and expertise and private industry. Sponsored by Alberta Innovates, Alberta Cancer Foundation and DynaLIFE Medical Labs.
Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII)
Works to enhance understanding and innovation in a number of subfields of machine intelligence at the University of Alberta. Prosthetics developed within the project are more of a natural extension of what the patient had before losing the limb, leading to an increased quality of life.
A publicly funded community college in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The student body is approximately 10,500 full-time or part-time credit students, and approximately 5,400 non-credit or continuing education students.
Glenrose Rehabilitation Research, Innovation and Technology (GRRIT) Hub
Dreamed up at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, GRRIT, brings together healthcare professionals, researchers and businesses to develop and assess new technologies that will help patients with their recovery.
Canada’s leading Health IT provider, TELUS Health also employs the largest team of professionals dedicated to Health IT.
Dr. Michelle Noga
Associate Professor - Department of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging, University of Alberta Director of Servier Virtual Cardiac Centre.
John Lewis, CEO Frank & Carla Sojonky Chair in Prostate Cancer Research Associate Professor, Department of Oncology (University of Alberta)
Dr. Robert Burrell
Professor and Chair - Department of Biomedical Engineering Faculties of Engineering and Medicine & Dentistry Professor and Canada Research Chairin Nanostructured Biomaterials Jim Sorensen Chair in Biomedical Engineering
DynaLIFE Medical Labs
The DynaLIFE partnership provides diagnostic laboratory services to more than 2000 physicians and one million patients annually. The laboratory, locally managed from its state-of-the-art facility in Edmonton, performs more than 14 million tests every year.
TEC Edmonton's purpose is to accelerate the growth of emerging technology based companies. The TEC Edmonton Health Accelerator has sped up the growth of Alberta-based health technology companies
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
NAIT focuses on technology-based, experiential education and works in partnership with industry to solve real-life problems through applied research.
Metabolomic Technologies Inc. MTI
A privately-held company, Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI) develops metabolomic-based diagnostic systems which are based on proprietary biomarker technologies.
Exciton Technologies Inc.
A Canadian advanced materials research and development company that focuses on the creation of technologies for preventing and controlling infection.
Clinisys EMR Inc.
A dedicated team of professionals in healthcare, IT, and business. Developers of a variety of secure, scalable and user-friendly e-Healthcare solutions for the healthcare industry.
A group with a passion for making state-of-the-art technology that is effective, intuitive, accessible, affordable, and easy-to-use. Dedicated to helping therapist and patients get access to the innovative and efficacy driven technology for recover.
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