After completing the project [UT Capstone], Janossy partnered with Ryan Love, then a post-doctoral fellow in biomedical engineering at U of T who was also working on fatigue with the National Defence research group. Together, Janossy and Love decided to explore the commercialization potential of circadian rhythm research and applied for a position with the UTEST incubator. A partnership between U of T and MaRS Innovation (a not-for-profit organization independent of the MaRS Discovery District), UTEST each year offers five entrepreneur teams a one-year $30,000 grant, office space and access to mentoring and company-building workshops.

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