Current Seminars

08/01/2013 - 18:30 - The Bar Code of Life

  Tuesday, January 8th, 2013, 6.30pm-8.00pm.  Instructional Centre, Room 120.  Open to the public.   Guest Speaker: Dr. Mehrdad Hajibabaei, Assistant Professor, Biodiversity of Ontario and Integrative Biology, University of Guelph.   The Master of Biotechnology Program would like to thank AstraZeneca Canada Inc....

11/12/2012 - 18:30 - Electronic Solution for Tracking Narcotics in Health Care

  Tracking narcotics and managing their usage in clinical settings is crucial because of strict government regulation surrounding their use. Majority of hospitals possess sophisticated Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADC) for managing narcotics inventory and other medicines. ADCs are rather expensive and therefore largely unaffordable for...

04/12/2012 - 18:30 - Mobile Solution for Exercise Management in Multiple Sclerosis

  Multiple Sclerosis, a chronic, autoimmune disease of the central nervous system, affects approximately 400,000 people in the US alone and nearly 2.1 million worldwide. Aside from neurological degeneration, fatigue and motor weakness are recognized as two of the most prevalent symptoms, reported by 50 to 60% of people with MS. Numerous...

27/11/2012 - 18:30 - Business Solution for Emergency Management in Canadian Hospitals

Code Orange, a hospital emergency response code, is activated to manage an influx of persons requiring urgent medical care, as a result of an external disaster. Since the majority of hospitals regularly operate over capacity, this influx can be as minimal as twelve seriously injured persons.  Currently in Ontario, the legislated protocol...

20/11/2012 - 18:30 - Therapeutic Ultrasound: How can we grow revenue of Exogen(TM)?

Smith & Nephew is a leader in the competitive bone stimulation market. This is made possible through the sale of ExogenTM, the only FDA approved LIPUS device on the market. LIPUS, otherwise known as low intensity pulsed ultrasound, has been clinically proven to heal fresh fractures 38% faster and has a heal rate of 86% for non-united fractures...

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