Projects in the Pipeline
Health Ecosphere: An Innovation Pipeline for Commercial Health Solutions project is leading to the development and commercialization of up to 36 health technologies and services over a span of three years.
Artemis Big Data
Artemis is a cloud-based algorithmic platform that will track and record the physiological changes of neonatal infants. Personal health information collected at the bedside will be analyzed for the purpose of testing and validating Artemis as a real-time predictive analytics tool that c... More
Proudly named after Dr. Frederick Banting, who discovered insulin right here at Toronto General Hospital, bant simplifies your diabetes. We have been working with patients and endocrinologists to co-design bant. The app aims to show you how your personal lifestyle impacts ... More
An important need in dementia care is a strategy that can help early-stage dementia patients, and adults at high risk for developing dementia, remain functionally independent for as long as possible. BrDI Flight is a computer tablet-based training prototype application able to mitigate ... More
The Health Ecosphere Innovation Pipeline is co-led by York University and Southlake Regional Health Centre, along with University Health Network. These lead partners have many strong relationships with local academic, public and private sector partners in the region and this project will strengthen and broaden our reach to develop new relationships.