Health Innovation Roundup

The Health Innovation Roundup provides you with the latest headlines and happenings related to health innovation in the Edmonton region.
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Recent editions

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. Health Gauge co-founder talks ChatGPT; DiveThru wins again; Pacylex names COO

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Wednesday, January 18, 2023

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. Health innovators' meetup well-received; antipsychotics may be of use against diabetes; DrugBank heads to Silicon Valley

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Wednesday, January 11, 2023

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. If you've ever let bottles of vitamins languish in your medicine cabinet, you've probably switched to gummies — Edmonton startup Gummy Nutrition Lab is banking on it.

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48Hour Discovery awarded $800,000 to accelerate drug development
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48Hour Discovery awarded $800,000 to accelerate drug development

University of Alberta biotechnology spin-off company 48Hour Discovery has been granted $800,000 to initiate peptide-based drug discovery using its patented drug discovery platform.

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Made-in-Edmonton cancer drug receives Health Canada approval for Phase 1 human clinical trials
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Made-in-Edmonton cancer drug receives Health Canada approval for Phase 1 human clinical trials

Edmonton-based oncology company Pacylex Pharmaceuticals has received Health Canada's approval to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial for its anti-cancer drug PCLX-001.

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U of A health research to receive $6.5M in federal funding
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U of A health research to receive $6.5M in federal funding

University of Alberta health research is getting a funding boost from the federal government through the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to advance two projects: one that aims to better understand chronic health conditions and develop potential treatments, and another that investigates the impact of toxins on people’s health.

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