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Catalysts of change: Canada’s research hubs are shaping the future of biomanufacturing

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Featuring:

Matthew Miller, B.M.Sc., PhD, Director, Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research; Co-Director, Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub (CP2H), McMaster University

Patrycja Thompson, PhD, Director, Strategy & Operations, the Canadian Hub for Health Intelligence & Innovation in Infectious Diseases (HI3), University of Toronto

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The COVID-19 pandemic illuminated a need to scale up Canada’s biomanufacturing capacity. As a response, the Government of Canada established new research and innovation hubs at five Canadian universities. These hubs aim to combine the strengths of academia, industry, and the public and not-for-profit sectors to jointly improve pandemic readiness and enhance the nation’s biomanufacturing and life sciences[SJ1] .

In this episode, we explore two of the five hubs. Matthew Miller, B.M.Sc., PhD, speaks to the Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub, led by the University of Ottawa and McMaster University, while Patrycja Thompson, PhD, covers the Canadian Hub for Health Intelligence & Innovation in Infectious Diseases, led by the University of Toronto.

As our guests discuss how these multidisciplinary research hubs are accelerating the research and development of next-generation vaccines and therapeutics, including cell and gene therapies, listeners will also learn how they support training and development to expand the pipeline of skilled talent. Plus, hear what our guests are excited about as they look to the future of the hubs program and the field as a whole.

Thanks for listening to Commercializing Living Therapies with CCRM. Spread the word about this episode by taking a screen cap on your device and posting it to social media using the hashtag #CCRMpodcast. Please leave us a review on your favourite streaming service. Find more episodes at ccrm.ca/podcast.

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Контент предоставлен CCRM. Весь контент подкастов, включая выпуски, графику и описания подкастов, загружается и предоставляется непосредственно CCRM или его партнером по платформе подкастов. Если вы считаете, что кто-то использует вашу работу, защищенную авторским правом, без вашего разрешения, вы можете выполнить процедуру, описанную здесь https://ru.player.fm/legal.

Featuring:

Matthew Miller, B.M.Sc., PhD, Director, Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research; Co-Director, Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub (CP2H), McMaster University

Patrycja Thompson, PhD, Director, Strategy & Operations, the Canadian Hub for Health Intelligence & Innovation in Infectious Diseases (HI3), University of Toronto

***

The COVID-19 pandemic illuminated a need to scale up Canada’s biomanufacturing capacity. As a response, the Government of Canada established new research and innovation hubs at five Canadian universities. These hubs aim to combine the strengths of academia, industry, and the public and not-for-profit sectors to jointly improve pandemic readiness and enhance the nation’s biomanufacturing and life sciences[SJ1] .

In this episode, we explore two of the five hubs. Matthew Miller, B.M.Sc., PhD, speaks to the Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub, led by the University of Ottawa and McMaster University, while Patrycja Thompson, PhD, covers the Canadian Hub for Health Intelligence & Innovation in Infectious Diseases, led by the University of Toronto.

As our guests discuss how these multidisciplinary research hubs are accelerating the research and development of next-generation vaccines and therapeutics, including cell and gene therapies, listeners will also learn how they support training and development to expand the pipeline of skilled talent. Plus, hear what our guests are excited about as they look to the future of the hubs program and the field as a whole.

Thanks for listening to Commercializing Living Therapies with CCRM. Spread the word about this episode by taking a screen cap on your device and posting it to social media using the hashtag #CCRMpodcast. Please leave us a review on your favourite streaming service. Find more episodes at ccrm.ca/podcast.

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