The Biomedical Zone helps early-stage health technology companies to validate their need-based solutions directly in the hospital setting with clinicians, business experts, and innovative thinkers. Through the Biomedical Zone, startups are able to rapidly iterate their technology, refine their business model, and demonstrate clinical value.
We are not just an incubator, but an innovation centre for clinicians, students, and entrepreneurs alike. Our first-in-class programs offer startups unprecedented access to the clinical environment, while facilitating unique experiential learning opportunities for students. Together, we are transforming the way hospitals innovate.
The Biomedical Zone is a proud partnership between Ryerson University and St. Michael’s Hospital.
Biomedical Zone companies in the news
VivaVax Wins $50,000 From 2018 TieQuest Toronto Pitch Competition
Friday, May 18th, 2018 | In the News
Resident company VivaVax wins $50,000 CAD from the 2018 TieQuest Toronto Pitch Competition. Biomedical Zone Alumni company AceAge placed second.Read More
HelpWear Featured In An Article By The Financial Post
Thursday, May 10th, 2018 | In the News
André Bertram and Frank Nguyen, co-founders of HelpWear a resident company at Biomedical Zone, and Dr. Linda Maxwell, founding and executive director of the Biomedical Zone were recently featured in an article by the Financial Post.Read More
From the blog
Resident companies ManagingLife and Trualta featured in the October 2018 issue of Canadian Healthcare Technology
Monday, November 19th, 2018 | Uncategorized
Learn more by visiting page 4 of the following link: https://issuu.com/jerryzeidenberg/docs/canadian_healthcare_technology_2018_74b8dde6dadc0dRead More