December 8, 2020
TIAP announces co-funding of transformative projects with Amgen to support new venture development
Toronto Innovation Acceleration Partners (TIAP) is excited to announce co-investments made with a key strategic partner, Amgen Inc., into three translational life sciences projects from its members: University of Toronto, University Health Network (UHN) and The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).
The TIAP-Amgen partnership, formalized in 2019, has an objective to jointly fund nascent technologies managed by TIAP on behalf of its Toronto-based member institutions. The two organizations ...
Toronto, ON, July 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MaRS Innovation announced today that it is partnering with Dr. James Eubanks at the University Health Network (UHN) to develop a new treatment for Rett syndrome, a rare developmental disorder found almost exclusively in girls and women.
Infants with Rett syndrome develop and grow normally until the age of 8 to 12 months when symptoms begin appearing. Although the symptoms vary in type and severity, most of the girls and women with the disorder ...
XOR-Labs Toronto (XOR) a spin-oXOR-Labs Toronto (XOR) a spin-off from Toronto General Hospital at University Health Network today announced the closing of another financing through a private placement, led by lead investor Regenesis Limited Partnership, along with the participation of its existing investors, including Xenios AG and MaRS Innovation. The total raised in this round is CAN$2.85M. This is a solid vote of confidence and the second investment in XOR for Xenios which invested an additional CAN$2.6M in the company in ...
TORONTO (May 11, 2016) – Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC, today announced the opening of JLABS @ Toronto, a new 40,000-square-foot life sciences incubator, providing entrepreneurs shared lab space and offices, modular lab suites and access to scientific, industry and capital funding experts as they work to build important and successful early-stage companies. The new JLABS facility can accommodate up to 50 start-ups and opens with 22 companies that represent a range of sectors including therapeutics, medical devices and consumer health ...
Partnership expected to revolutionize the supply of transplantable lungs, with market launch in Europe by XENiOS® expected in 2017
HEILBRONN, Germany and TORONTO, Canada — XENiOS®, a commercial-stage medical device company, announced today it has invested $2.6 million in XOR-Labs Toronto (“XOR”), a spin-off of Toronto General Hospital at University Health Network (UHN), the world’s leading center for lung transplantation, created in partnership with MaRS Innovation.
This announcement was covered in FierceMedicalDevices and Cystic Fibrosis News Today.
VICE featured XOR's life-saving lung transplant technology ...
Applications for next MSc PoP granting round being accepted until February 25, 2016
TORONTO (January 26, 2016) — Nine Ontario-based medical research projects built on great science with potential for significant economic impact are advancing a step closer to market entry thanks to funding from Ontario Centres of Excellence’s Medical Sciences Proof-of-Principle (MSc PoP) program. The projects range from cancer to heart disease to sleep apnea in children.
Applications for the next MSc PoP granting round are open until March 4, 2016. To ...
Partners for JLABS @ Toronto include Janssen Inc., MaRS Innovation and seven of MI's 15 member institutions
TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2015 — The Ontario Government, University of Toronto, and MaRS Discovery District (MaRS) today announced a collaboration with Janssen Inc. to launch the successful Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS incubator model in Toronto.
This announcement has been covered in the Toronto Star, Metro News Canada, Sing Tao Daily, OurWindsor.ca, FierceBiotech, BioCentury, MedCity News, BioSpace, Biotechnology Focus, Lab Product News, ChinaNews.com, Pan European Networks, Economic ...
XOR Labs Toronto, a Canadian company spun off from the University Health Network in partnership with MaRS Innovation, was profiled by VICE's Motherboard for their technology.
They've developed an advanced and unique system that enables the assessment and repair of previously unusable donor lungs, which may facilitate more transplants for patients like Hélène Campbell, who famously danced on The Ellen Degeneres Show following a successful operation that included technology developed by the company's founders.
Here's an excerpt from Jordan Pearson's article, "The Future ...
Ministry of Research & Innovation joins founding partners University of Toronto and Janssen Inc., and new partners Evotec AG, MaRS Innovation and Ontario Centres of Excellence, to advance treatments for neurological disorders and develop early-stage biotech companies
TORONTO and PHILADELPHIA (June 16, 2015)— Toronto’s neuroscience efforts to find new drugs to treat and manage brain disorders — specifically, mood disorders and Alzheimer's disease — took another step forward as the Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation announced a $1 million ...