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Navigating Uncertainty; Targeting Sustainability
Wednesday, November 9 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Health Symposium | 157: Integration by design: Empowering the research-commercialization-care continuum to address health challenges by enabling collaborative discovery and partnership / 157: Intégration par la conception : donner au continuum recherche-c

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Integration by design: Empowering the research-commercialization-care continuum to
address health challenges by enabling collaborative discovery and partnership
Intégration par la conception : donner au continuum recherche-commercialisation-soins les moyens de relever les défis en matière de santé en favorisant la découverte collaborative et le partenariat

Panel Organized by: Ontario Brain Institute

Integration by design: Empowering the research-commercialization-care continuum to address health challenges by enabling collaborative discovery and partnership
Identifying solutions to address today’s brain health challenges requires integration across  the research, commercialization, and care continuum. However, diversity in thought, time-to action, approaches, and priorities exists across these sectors. The Ontario Brain Institute and  their industry, research, not-for-profit, and patient partners weigh in on the functionality,  value, and barriers to interdisciplinary partnerships, with a focus on the essential elements  for health research partnerships: people and data. They will share their insights and identify  the roles and services needed from intermediaries to successfully create and sustain an  effective cross-sector network. By enabling cross-sector partnerships, discovery, innovation,  and patient care can improve. 

Intégration délibérée : Donner au continuum de recherche-commercialisation-soins les  moyens de relever les défis en matière de santé en favorisant la découverte et le partenariat 
Trouver des solutions pour relever les défis actuels en santé cérébrale exige une intégration dans  le continuum de recherche, de commercialisation et de soins. Il y a toutefois une diversité de  pensées, de délais d'action, d'approches et de priorités. L'Institut ontarien du cerveau et ses  partenaires de l'industrie, de la recherche, des organismes à but non lucratif et chez les patients  s'expriment sur la fonctionnalité, la valeur et les obstacles des partenariats interdisciplinaires, en  soulignant les éléments essentiels des partenariats de recherche en santé : les personnes et les  données. Ils donneront leurs points de vue et définiront les rôles et services des intermédiaires  requis pour créer et maintenir un réseau intersectoriel efficace. Ces partenariats peuvent  améliorer la découverte, l'innovation et les soins aux patients.

Moderators
avatar for Shelly Philip LaForest

Shelly Philip LaForest

Executive Director, Ontario Black Nurses’ Network | Registered Nurse, SickKids, RN, BN, MN, CVAA(C)
Shelly Philip LaForest is a practicing Registered Nurse with many years of experience in pediatrics, leadership and education.  She is currently completing her PhD in Interdisciplinary Social Research as Trent University and holds a master's degree in Nursing and a certification... Read More →

Speakers
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Brendan Behan

Manager, Informatics & Analytics, Informatics & Analytics, Ontario Brain Institute, PhD
Brendan is the Manager of Informatics & Analytics at the Ontario Brain Institute, a not-for-profit world leader in brain research, commercialization, and care. He oversees OBI’s state-of-the-art neuroinformatics platform, Brain-CODE, designed to store, manage, and analyze data... Read More →
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Nikki Porter

Executive Director, Epilepsy Ottawa, PhD
Nikki Porter (she/her) is the Executive Director of Epilepsy Ottawa, with a long history of working in the epilepsy not-for-profit sector and building partnerships with neurologists, like-minded community organizations, and other stakeholders.  Nikki sits on the Board of Directors... Read More →
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Parisa Sabetian

Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer, Novela Neurotech, PhD
Parisa Sabetian received her Ph.D. degree in 2020 from the University of Toronto’s Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering. With over 7 years of experience in biomedical research—including a special focus in signal processing and artificial intelligence—she has... Read More →
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Stelios Georgiades

Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University; Founder, Co-Director, MacART; Chair in Autism and Neurodevelopment, McMaster Children’s Hospital, PhD
Stelios Georgiades is the Founder and Co-Director of the McMaster Autism Research Team (MacART), a partnership between McMaster University and McMaster Children’s Hospital aiming to bridge the research-to-practice gap in Autism. He is the inaugural holder of the McMaster Children’s... Read More →


Wednesday November 9, 2022 10:30am - 11:30am EST
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