The Medicine by Design-funded researchers awarded come from disciplines that include stem cell biology, neuroscience and biomedical engineering.
New research sheds light on the role of monocytes.
New Medicine by Design-funded research shows lab-made endothelial cells may be able treat liver diseases including hemophilia A
New research is a step forward to cell therapies for liver disease
Medicine by Design partners with Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s RASI to fund summer students from underrepresented communities
Program to fully fund summer positions in Medicine by Design labs beginning in summer 2022.
Two multi-disciplinary research teams awarded Catalyst Grants co-sponsored by Medicine by Design and the Data Sciences Institute
Catalyst Grants co-awarded to research projects that hold promise in strengthening the connection between data science innovation and regenerative medicine.
Study is an important step forward in researchers’ understanding of treating damaged hearts with cell therapies.
Projects to impact autoimmune, intestinal and degenerative eye diseases
Research shows that transplanted pancreatic cells were able to survive in animal hosts.
Medicine by Design symposium panel explores strategies for strengthening Canada’s bioinnovation ecosystem
Themes like lessons learned from COVID-19, symbiotic partnerships and access to risk capital emerge in wide-ranging discussion.
Is immunoengineering the key to ensuring that cell therapies can treat disease?
Medicine by Design symposium to celebrate systems approaches in advancing regenerative medicine and health innovation
The 6th Annual Symposium on Dec. 9 and 10 will feature renowned experts to explore cutting-edge concepts in health research and innovation.
Medicine by Design-funded researchers generate cells that will impact treatments for bile duct disorders as a result of cystic fibrosis
Newly-generated cells may lead to a deeper understanding of bile duct disease and be a powerful tool for finding new treatments.
First Medicine by Design entrepreneur-in-residence to help accelerate research discoveries into therapies for patients
Entrepreneur-in-residence to work on bridging the gap between foundational research funded by Medicine by Design and the creation of products or ventures that will impact human health.
Medicine by Design and partners invite trainees to explore entrepreneurship through enhanced Building a Biotech Venture program
The program’s second year includes new partnerships, enhanced educational opportunities and more research funding.
New Medicine by Design-funded method for testing muscle repair in a dish to impact development of stem cell-based therapies
Scientists at the University of Toronto have discovered a novel way to test self-repair of skeletal muscle, a method with the potential to accelerate treatments for diseases like muscular dystrophy.