Montréal, May 11, 2021 – The Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO) is pleased to announce the signing of network partnerships with the Consortium de recherche biopharmaceutique (CQDM, biopharmaceutical research consortium), the Industrial Consortium for Research and Innovation in Medical Technologies (MEDTEQ+) and Montréal InVivo, the life sciences and health technologies (LSHT) cluster of Greater Montréal. All three are involved in the development and support of innovative technologies in the health field and are joining forces with IVADO to promote the development of digital health solutions.
This strategic partnership, based on an interdisciplinary collaborative approach, will expand the associates’ respective networks by providing preferred access to healthcare stakeholders, including those in industry, academia, and research and care centres. This partnership will also accelerate health-related technology adoption and innovation by catalyzing knowledge mobilization and transfer, as well as university/industry collaborative research through networking and training activities.
Different but complementary partners
CQDM is a biopharmaceutical research consortium whose mission is to fund the development of innovative tools and technologies that will accelerate the discovery and development of safer and more effective drugs.
MEDTEQ+’s mission is, through collaborative industry-led projects, to accelerate innovation and to position, on a global scale, products and services developed by the Canadian medical technology industry, thereby generating major economic impacts while improving healthcare systems for the ultimate benefit of patients in Canada and around the world.
Montréal InVivo represents the LSHT cluster of Greater Montréal. This non-profit economic development organization that aims to create a business environment that fosters innovation, growth and competitiveness of the public and private organizations in the LSHT sector.
“We are proud to count CQDM, MEDTEQ+ and Montréal InVivo among our new network partners,” said Jean-Marc Rousseau, Director of Technology Transfer at IVADO. “The strategic alliance with these three important partners places health at the forefront of our priorities and will enable us to have a real impact in terms of pooling our networks of expertise.”
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