Deep Genomics raises US$13 million to fund expansion

Deep Genomics, part of the 2015 UTEST cohort, has raised US$13 million from Khosla Ventures. Deep Genomics combines artificial intelligence and genomics research to help develop genetic medicines to treat a myriad of disorders – everything from autism to cancer. Brendan Frey, CEO and a professor in U of T’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, told the Globe… Read more »

UTEST companies move into new entrepreneurship space – ONRamp!

One of the biggest challenges Albert Tai faced when launching a startup was finding the space to do it. The co-founder of Hypercare, a UTEST company from the 2015 cohort, a communication and collaboration app for doctors, recalls bouncing from classroom to coffee shop at the University of Toronto as he and his team looked for places to… Read more »

Dalriada Therapeutics Wins RBC Innovation & Entrepreneurship $25K Grand Prize!

Congratulations to Dalriada Therapeutics for winning the inaugural RBC Innovation & Entrepreneurship Prize! CEO Diana Kraskouskaya did a tremendous job telling the Dalriada story and walked away with $25K in prize money. Full event details found here Pictured above: Professor Cynthia Goh, Gabriel Woo, RBC’s vice-president of innovation,  Dalriada CEO, Diana Kraskouskaya and CSO, Professor Patrick Gunning.

UTEST companies are 4 of 6 finalists for RBC Prize for Innovation!

UT Entrepreneurship announced their top 6 finalists for the RBC Prize for Innovation. UTEST will be represented by: Dalriada Therapeutics is developing a unique ‘cloaking’ therapeutic technology for the treatment of most aggressive, currently untreatable cancers including acute myeloid leukaemia, glioblastoma and medulloblastoma. Dash MD is a mobile patient experience platform that improves recovery outcomes by… Read more »

Dymaxia: Combining cloud, IoT and wearables to manage the anxiety of autism

Dymaxia: Combining cloud, IoT and wearables to manage the anxiety of autism The internet of things (IoT) has the potential to revolutionise the healthcare industry, by allowing patients to self-monitor their conditions with in-home sensors and wearable devices. GE Healthcare, HPE and Philips are just some of the household names that are pouring their research… Read more »