BIOMEDICAL INNOVATION NIGHT
January 29, 2020
St. Michael's Hospital
The Future of Healthcare:
A Multidisciplinary Panel Discussion
Medical Technology & Medical Sciences
Open Floor Networking
Networking 101 Tutorial (optional):
Ryerson Career and Co-op Centre
Registration and Dinner
Opening Remarks: OVPRI,
Ryerson University and St. Michael’s Hospital
Keynote: Ran Manor,
Director of Innovation, Baycrest Hospital
Ran Manor is an exceptional entrepreneur and professional with decades of experience in both Israel’s and Canada’s biomedical sectors. He will discuss his perspective on the similarities and differences between both ecosystems and what students can take away from this global perspective of how biomedical innovation is done in different parts of the world.
Director of Innovation
Baycrest Health Sciences
Dr. Khayat is a Future Strategist with SE Health (formerly, Saint Elizabeth Health Care) a health and social impact enterprise with a major focus on creating a better future for aging adults in their homes and communities. Dr. Khayat is the Faculty of Singularity University’ Exponential Medicine stream and is adjunct faculty in the Health Sector Strategy stream at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Dr. Khayat was previously the lead of health system innovation at the MaRS Discovery District, a health innovation hub in Toronto.
Dr. Zayna Khayat
Dr. Mamdani is Vice President of Data Science and Advanced Analytics at Unity Health Toronto. He is also a Professor at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Medicine, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, and the Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health. Dr. Mamdani has published approximately 500 research studies in leading medical journals and was previously named among Canada's Top 40 Under 40.
Dr. Muhammad Mamdani
VP Data Science and Advanced Analytics
Unity Health Toronto
Dr. Sabatinos is an Associate Professor and the Biomedical Sciences Program Director that specializes in teaching Molecular biology; cell biology; biochemistry; cancer; experimental design. Her research interests consist of the role of environmental changes on cell cycle checkpoint; stress-induced mechanisms that modify or interrupt checkpoints; high-resolution, live-cell imaging DNA damage response and repair in fission yeast; the mechanisms of genome stability; how drug-treated cells escape therapy, their biomarkers and stability, and their potential to repopulate once drug treatment is stopped.
Dr. Sarah Sabatinos
Associate Professor and Biomedical Sciences Director
Dr. Rotstein is a Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto. In addition to his role as VP, Dr. Rotstein is a practicing General Surgeon and is an acknowledged expert in the management of intra-abdominal infection and inflammation. Dr. Rotstein has a major interest in understanding how traumatic injury leads to alterations in the immune response of patients. He uses his clinical insights into the mechanisms of disease to generate novel therapeutic approaches to preventing poor outcomes in these patients.
Dr. Ori Rotstein
VP Research and Innovation
Unity Health Toronto