The following university research facilities will be available at the event to discuss their support services to help advance your biomedical research endeavors.


The NanoMed Fab provides service and support in the development of personalized nanomedicine. With five distinct R&D modules, 2200 square feet of research space and over 50 devices and pieces of equipment.

Ontario Centre for the Characterisation of Advanced Materials

OCCAM is a unique facility providing enabling information covering the many disciplines involved with advanced materials. Evolving from SI-Ontario, which itself evolved from Centre for Biomaterials/IBBME, and located in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, OCCAM has maintained its leading edge capabilities by partnering with the electron microscopy unit of MSE following a second successful CFI Leading Edge Fund application in 2012.

Spatio-temporal Targeting and Amplification of Radiation Response

STTARR provides multi-modality imaging resources for translational drug discovery as well as a correlative pathology lab in an integrated environment located in the Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower.