Companies Mentioned in this Report: Actis Biologics, Inc, Advanced Medical Systems Pte Ltd, Advanced Research Technologies, Inc., Analogic Corporation, Canon U.S.A., Inc., CapeRay Medical (Pty) Ltd, FMI Technologies, Inc., FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA, Inc., Health Discovery Corporation, Imaging Diagnostic Systems, Inc., Mobile Electronic Diagnostics (MobED), NovaScan, LLC, PETsys Electronics SA, Philips Healthcare, Real Imaging Ltd, Real Time Tomography, LLC, Seno Medical Instruments, Inc., Tribogenics, Inc., University College London, University of Calgary, University of Manchester, University of Saskatchewan, University of
South Florida, Varian Medical Systems, Inc., Weinberg Medical Physics, LLC, XCounter AB, XLV Diagnostics Inc., Z-Tech, Inc.
The researchers--from the University of Saskatchewan, University of
Regina, and the University of Calgary, along with the Cartier Equine Learning Centre, the White Buffalo Inhalant Treatment Centre, National Solvent Abuse representatives, and others--will study the positive effects of equine-assisted learning programs on Aboriginal youth.
The team includes representatives from the University of Saskatchewan, University of
Regina, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), Canadian Light Source, Genome Prairie and Saskatchewan Pulse Growers.