In a Canadian first, Dr. Rizvi is looking at how to predict suicide.Learn more
MAP Centre for Urban Health Solutions receives over $18M in funding.Learn more
Time Magazine’s 100 Best Inventions of 2019: St. Michael’s Black Box.Learn more
Scientist wins FDA clearance for breakthrough diabetes device.Learn more
Researcher comforts sick babies with breath-of-life device.Learn more
Pioneering a new device that can control bleeding and save lives.Learn more
Leading AI scientist on the rise again.Learn more
New online tool monitors prescription drug use in Ontario during COVID-19 pandemicLearn more
Dr. Sharmistha Mishra wins RIC funding for COVID-19 project
With support from donors, Dr. Sharmistha Mishra, an infectious disease physician and mathematical modeller, is designing data-driven and population-specific strategies to flatten the COVID-19 curve in our local communities.Read article
Did You Know?
St. Michael’s scientists are working on over 74 research projects to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic head on — from improving ventilator technology and identifying new treatments to tracking and curtailing the virus’s spread.
BlueDot algorithm raised the first COVID-19 alarm a full week ahead of both the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
Angels Den 2020
Angels Den, Canada’s hottest medical research competition, has St. Michael’s top scientists pitch their game-changing ideas to celebrity judges for the chance to win $400,000 in research funding.
This year, Angels Den was broadcast online, and viewers were able to vote for their favourite research project. Click here to watch all the action and find out who won the Keenan COVID-19 Research Award, the Odette Innovative Health Award and the People’s Choice Award, presented by Canada Life.
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