"Our newly launched online alumni portal will easily connect you with the alumni for jobs and mentorship," he said.Three graduates - Akshi Khimji, David Kairu and Matthew Wabwire - got scholarships to the University of Alberta, University of
British Columbia and Drexel Global Scholar respectively.
Out of 111 applications submitted for the seed grants, which represents over 100% increase in the number of applications since the inception of the programme, 21 applications were selected following a competitive two-stage review process including international peer review with experts from the world's most renowned medical institutions, including University of Oxford, King's College London, University of Glasgow, Harvard Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, Mayo Clinic, University of Toronto, University of McMaster, University of Alberta, University of
Lund, and University of Queensland.
The process included international peer review with experts from the world's most renowned medical institutions, including University of Oxford, King's College London, University of Glasgow, Harvard Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, Mayo Clinic, University of Toronto, University of McMaster, University of Alberta, University of
Lund, and University of Queensland.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Akers Biosciences, Inc., Akonni Biosystems, Inc., ApoCell, Inc., Attophotonics Biosciences GmbH, Bio-Alternative Medical Devices Ltd, BioDirection, Inc., BioMedomics, Inc, bioMerieux S.A., Biopico Systems Inc., Boston University, Cepheid, Co-Diagnostics HBDC, Inc., Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, John Hopkins University, Magna Diagnostics GmbH, McKesson Corporation, Nanomix, Inc., OncoGenesis, Phoenix Biosystems Inc, PositiveID Corporation, Quanterix Corporation, Radisens Diagnostics Limited, Rapid Biosensor Systems, SenGenix, Inc., Thermal Gradient, Inc., University of Alberta, University of
California, Berkeley, University of California, Davis, Wellstat Diagnostics, LLC, Xen Biofluidx Inc
Accredited Institutions: Alberta College of Art & Design, Ambrose University College, Athabasca University, Augustana University College (U of A), Blue Quills First Nations College, Bow Valley College, Canadian University College, Concordia University College, Fairview College (NAIT), Grande Prairie Regional College Keyano College, King's University College, The, Lakeland College, Lethbridge College, MacEwan College, Maskwachees Cultural College, Medicine Hat College, Mount Royal College, NAIT, NorQuest College Northern Lakes College, Olds College, Old Sun Community College, Portage College, Red Deer College, SAIT, University of Alberta, University of
Calgary, University of Lethbridge
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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Calgary Press, 2011.
A legal team--comprised of scholars at the University of Alberta, University of
Toronto, Universite de Montreal and Dalhousie University--received funding to examine the role of law in addressing infectious disease threats.
Graduate students from the University of Alberta, University of
Calgary, and Simon Fraser University have joined efforts and combined contacts, financial support, and different fields of expertise with ambitions to surpass 2003's major accomplishment.
Representative documents include: explanations for users from the University of Alberta, University of
California-Davis, University of California-Irvine, University of Colorado, Colorado State University, University of Connecticut, Cornell University (New York), Dartmouth College (New Hampshire), Duke University (North Carolina), University of Florida, McMaster University (Ontario), University of Manitoba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of North Carolina, University of Oregon, University of Washington, Washington University (Missouri), and University of Waterloo (Ontario); technical specifications from Cornell University, Universite Laval (Quebec); and project plans from the University of Connecticut and University of Waterloo.
Funds for the clinical trials, to be provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, will go to the following research centers: University of Alberta, University of
Miami (FL), University of Minnesota, Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA), Washington University (St.