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MaRS IMPACT HEALTH

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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MaRS Impact Health features the most promising companies and discoveries solving today’s biggest health challenges. Meet the brilliant minds improving healthcare on a global scale: entrepreneurs, investors, academics, clinicians and policymakers.

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MaRS Impact Health covers three main themes:

Innovation

-Hear from the brilliant minds behind the latest technologies and trends through lightning talks, live panels and demos.

-Connect with cutting-edge technologies across digital health, medical devices and therapeutics.

-Attend Health Demo Day for presentations from MaRS companies that help improve patient outcomes and manage ever-increasing healthcare demands.

Business

-Gain insight from leading health and biotech investors on the boom in funding for health ventures, regional hotspots for health innovation and the state of the market in Canada.

-Go deep as we explore the connections between economic growth and public health.

-Uncover lessons learned by the health industry when it was forced to quickly pivot early in the pandemic.

Transformation

-Learn how healthcare providers, industry insiders and governments are looking to transform practices, procedures and infrastructure in a post-COVID-19 world.

-Discover how innovators are harnessing advanced tools to enhance and transform the therapeutic discovery and development process.

-Reimagine post-pandemic healthcare. What does it mean to have more flexible hospitals and how can we bring care closer to those in need?