Posts Tagged: Research Funding
May 12, 2022 | Dr. Vasconcelos is one step closer to achieving that goal with a $3-million grant from the Stem Cell Network, a Canadian research funding organization. Her effort is one of 32 projects across the country that rose to the top in a competition for in the largest outlay of federal funding for regenerative medicine in 20 years.
May 12, 2022 | Professor Milica Radisic and Sara Vasconcelos are two faculty who received Stem Cell Network funding for stem cell research.
April 4, 2022 | A federally funded training platform hosted at the University of Toronto will equip students and early career researchers across Canada to accelerate digital health solutions for older adults with complex health needs.
March 31, 2022 | Drs. Milos Popovic and Craig Simmons are two BME faculty whose research are funded by this year’s Connaught Innovation Awards.
March 9, 2022 | MyndTec, an emerging trailblazer in neurological rehabilitation started by Dr. Milos Popovic, today announced that it has received from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for MyndMove 2.0, its second generation neuromodulation MyndMove System.
February 23, 2022 | Drs. Aaron Wheeler and Daniel Franklin are two BME faculty who received University of Toronto Strategic Initiative awards $150K towards innovative heart failure research.
February 22, 2022 | Dr. Tom Chau was one of three engineering projects supported by CFI.
February 10, 2022 | Drs. Alison McGuigan and Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez received Data Science Institute Catalyst Grant, co-funded by Medicine by Design, on their work on bioimaging on cancer treatments.
January 17, 2022 | University of Toronto (U of T) professors Shana Kelley, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, and Molly Shoichet, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, will be supported by Medicine by Design’s Pivotal Experiment Fund to spin-off aspects of their research into an early-stage product concept or venture.
January 12, 2022 | Spinal cord injuries can be devastating to those who experience them. Currently, almost no options are available to reverse the effects, which can include paralysis, chronic pain and loss of bladder control. But an international team of researchers — including University Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, BME, Donnelly) — hopes to change that.
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