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Bringing scientific ideas to market
New investment from FedDev Ontario to accelerate commercialization of innovative technologies (April 14, 2015)

Precise guidance
Made-in-Ontario imaging devices seek to redefine the landscape of interventional cardiology (SRI Magazine 2015)

In celebration of solutions
Partnership with federal government is speeding innovation through the commercialization pipeline (July 10, 2014)

Coming to an operating theatre near you: 7D Surgical navigation
Starring a light-based system that uses surface imaging to map a patient’s anatomy for faster, more efficient surgery (SRI Magazine 2013)

The medical innovators
Scientist by day, clinician by, well, day, too—and to that mix, add entrepreneur. How two original thinkers are devising solutions to complex health conditions (SRI Magazine 2012)

Out of the dark
SRI scientist invents device to navigate the blackest channels of the heart (SRI Magazine 2011)

Hot tickets
Inventing a medical device is a rare accomplishment. Rarer still is getting that innovation into the global medical marketplace. Here’s how two Sunnybrook Research Institute startups did just that, and became in-demand multinational acquisitions (SRI Magazine 2010)

Original thinking begets a little device with big promise to change how complex heart conditions are diagnosed and treated (SRI Magazine 2009)

Think clinically, act commercially
Physicists engineer new treatment for prostate cancer (SRI Magazine 2008)

Images of excellence
Sunnybrook Research Institute spin-off Sentinelle does double-duty with an MRI bed that improves women’s comfort while making more efficient use of technology (SRI Magazine 2004–2006)