Thank you to our Sponsors:
Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, is a global company that provides more than one billion doses of vaccine each year, making it possible to immunize more than 500 million people across the globe. A world leader in the vaccine industry, Sanofi Pasteur offers the broadest range of vaccines protecting against 20 infectious diseases.
The company's heritage, to create vaccines that protect life, dates back more than a century. Every day, the company invests more than one million Euros in research and development.
Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences
Queen’s University has a highly integrated health research program which operates through the jointly coordinated offices of the Vice-Dean, Research in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Vice President, Health Sciences Research at the Kingston General Hospital. Together our institutions are committed to fostering an environment of transdisciplinary research in a number of biomedical areas and studies of population health and health services research.
The research mission of the Faculty is to enhance the health and well-being of the people of Canada and the world through research, research education and the translation of new knowledge into practice. This mission engages all three schools in the Faculty: The School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, and the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, as well as our three fully affiliated hospitals: Kingston General Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and Providence Care.
Research within the FHS extends from discovery in the basic biomedical sciences, through clinical research, validation and the development of evidence based guidelines, to population and health services research and health policy development. In addition to discipline based research, the FHS has fostered the development of multidisciplinary thematic research programs that encourages interdisciplinary approaches to research.
Queen's Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy
The Department of Physics at Queen's University is one of Canada's leading teaching and research institutes in Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy. Our faculty include high-profile, world-class physicists who work on cutting edge areas of theoretical, computational, applied and experimental physics. Our students have the opportunity to engage in international collaboration as well as inter-disciplinary research with other departments at Queen's, and work in state-of-the-art laboratories.
The faculty, staff and trainees in the department of biomedical and molecular sciences (DBMS) are engaged in world-class research and teaching, attracting and mentoring the best students, the finest educators, dedicated support staff, and internationally- competitive researchers. We value curiosity, creativity, commitment, and collegiality.
Our department is a distinguished academic center engaging a wide range of research endeavors including anatomical sciences, bacteriology, biochemistry, cancer biology, cardiovascular sciences, cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, molecular biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, reproductive biology, toxicology and virology. The breadth and depth of our research has a strong foundation in multi- disciplinary discovery. Our faculty and trainees collaborate with numerous research institutions locally, nationally and internationally.
DBMS will also continue the long history of internal and external engagement established by the five founding departments in student outreach programs, professional development courses for health and allied health professionals, and a public lecture series. Our goal is to sustain our profile of excellence locally, nationally and internationally in the areas of learning, discovery, and engagement.
Queen's Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Backed by Google’s AI fund and built by life scientists for life scientists, BenchSci’s AI reads biomedical papers and maps their findings to navigate researchers to new discoveries faster. Using data from more than 9 million publications, this map leverages the world’s most comprehensive, evidence-based biological knowledge graph.
Kingston Economic Development Corporation
Kingston Economic Development provides dynamic and collaborative leadership by leveraging Kingston's unique assets to create jobs and investment in order to sustain, grow and transform Kingston's economy to meet the needs of the 21st century. We aim to be one of Canada's leading economies.
Kingston Economic Development Corporation
Founded in Kingston, ON in 2007, Octane Biotech is a medical technology company that develops, manufactures, and commercializes regenerative medicine solutions for medical device and cell therapy companies. The company focuses on cell therapy, tissue engineering, and orthopedics sectors.
CMC Microsystems, a not-for-profit organization, provides researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network® with access to the world’s best tools and technologies for micro-nanotechnology innovation, and for training industry-ready graduates. Our guiding values are research excellence, honest broker and benefit to Canada.
Queen's School of Graduate Studies
Queen’s University is a research-intensive university offering over 125 graduate programs and home to over 4,200 graduate students from across Canada and abroad. Queen’s ranks highly in terms of research funding, features internationally recognized faculty, and hosts state-of-the art research facilities. It is our goal to enable the academic, professional, and personal success of our students.
Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre
The Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre (DDQIC) is a pan-university initiative enabled through the Office of the Provost and strong continuing support from its founding faculties. DDQIC was established in 2012 by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and the Smith School of Business. The mission of DDQIC is to encourage, enable and support the innovation and entrepreneurship activities of students, professors, entrepreneurs and community members through incubators, accelerators, joint courses, workshops, internship opportunities, seminar series, conferences and business plan competitions.
Queen's Centre for Neuroscience Studies
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