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Signals Blog 09/18/2019 08:00
Virginia Palomares Cabeza is a fourth-year PhD candidate at the Erasmus Medical Centre (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and the University College Dublin (Ireland). Her interdisciplinary research focuses on investigating the immune responses of allogeneic stem cell implants for bone regeneration. Virginia is passionate about bringing together different scientific disciplines and improving science communication. Outside of the […]
Signals Blog 09/06/2019 08:00
The field of biotherapeutics – treatments produced by, or involving, living cells – is quickly evolving with the popularity and pursuit of new cell therapies. If you’re a student or young professional working in this space, you know this already. But how familiar are you with all the new tools, trends and innovations influencing this […]
Signals Blog 08/30/2019 08:00
Hi Signals readers, We hope you’ve had a great summer and enjoyed all of our posts so far in 2019. There is still lots to come, but we’re on vacation this week so we can recharge and come back in September full of energy and brimming with fresh ideas. May we suggest you catch up […]
Signals Blog 08/21/2019 07:55
Siofradh McMahon is Senior Manager, Clinical Translation and Regulatory Affairs at CCRM. Síofradh works with academic and industry partners to advance promising products and technologies to commercialization. Having worked worldwide, Síofradh brings more than a decade of experience in pharmaceutical and biotech regulatory affairs and policy. She is an active member of the Alliance for […]
Signals Blog 08/15/2019 08:00
Science doesn’t usually get a lot of attention during elections, and we think that this needs to change. That’s why, on August 8th, a coalition of science groups, including Evidence For Democracy, the Toronto Science Policy Network (TSPN) and the Science & Policy Exchange, launched a national non-partisan #VoteScience campaign to advocate for science during […]
Signals Blog 08/08/2019 08:00
Matthew Mistry is a Market and Equity Analyst at CCRM, where he conducts investment diligence, market analyses, participates in company creation activities and supports strategic business development. He joined CCRM from the Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO) where he was involved in supporting health science companies gain access to private and public capital, providing strategic […]
Signals Blog 07/29/2019 08:00
On July 18th, 50 graduate students (including yours truly!) descended upon McMaster University to attend the first national ComSciConCAN: a three-day science communication event consisting of four panels, six workshops, one keynote and over 25 different experts, with the aim of empowering graduate students to share their research with broad and diverse audiences. In this […]
Signals Blog 07/26/2019 08:00
Cancer is the leading cause of death in the world. Julio C. Valencia, NCI Center for Cancer Research, CC BY-SA Synthetic biology is an exciting discipline that, according to SynBio Canada, “represents a maturation of genetic engineering and biotechnology.” Medicine by Design names synthetic biology as an engineering design principle that will help accelerate breakthroughs in […]
Signals Blog 07/15/2019 08:00
Jeremy Snyder, PhD, is a Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. Leigh Turner, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Center for Bioethics, School of Public Health and College of Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota. You can find them on Twitter @jeremycsnyder and @LeighGTurner Direct-to-consumer (DTC) marketing of unproven […]
Signals Blog 07/12/2019 08:00
Eleni Kanavas is the Acting Communications Specialist at CCRM. She has more than eight years of corporate communications experience working in the academic and health science fields. She graduated with an Honours BA in Journalism from the University of Toronto and an Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Centennial College. Eleni previously worked at Sunnybrook Research […]
Signals Blog 07/05/2019 08:00
Propaganda is everywhere these days. Even (especially?) at a conference for public relations professionals. La Generalista, aka Alicia Wanless, was the opening keynote speaker at the recent Canadian Public Relations Society’s (CPRS) “Evolving Expectations” annual conference, held this year in Edmonton, Alberta. Dr. Wanless, a researcher at King’s College London, is an expert on information […]
Signals Blog 06/21/2019 09:30
In our hyperconnected world, video is king. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that for marketers video helps convert visitors (to a website for example) into customers. Videos also bring testimonials to life. Real people are telling us why we should buy this product or trust that service. They believe what they’re […]
Signals Blog 05/27/2019 08:00
What is science policy? How do I translate my research expertise into policymaking? And what does working in the federal public service involve? These were some of the questions swirling around in my head as I set off to attend the Science Outside The Lab North (SOtL North) program: a one-week deep dive into science […]
Signals Blog 04/25/2019 08:00
Scott Gardner is on a communications placement at CCRM to complete his post-graduate program at Centennial College. He has experience in corporate communications for educational institutions in Ontario. A former journalist in Belleville Ontario, you can find Scott avidly following and tweeting local news, politics and business @gardner_pr. The landscape of digital communications can be […]


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