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Always with a view to promoting and fostering the economic development and growth of the life sciences and health technologies sector in Quebec, Montréal InVivo hosts on its website a tool built by Fundica that will help you find the perfect financing program for your business.
Editorial of Frank Béraud – April 2022
I am writing this editorial from my office at Montréal InVivo this month. Since March 15th, we have been working two to three days a week in downtown Montréal. The hybrid form...
A heat map of recommendations for artificial intelligence (AI) applied to life sciences and health technologies in Canada (LSHT)
Over the past few years, several AI initiatives have been developed by academia and industry, especially in the life sciences and health technologies (LSHT) sector. The Quebec R...
Created through the initiative of Montréal InVivo in 2011, BIOSUCCÈS mission is to contribute to the success of entrepreneurs in the life sciences and health technologies (LSHT) sector by offering them the support of experienced mentors from the sector.
Entrepreneurial spotlight videos
Success stories :
Entrepreneurial spotlight videos
MIMs – Sarah Jenna, Co-Founder and CEO, discusses the development of artificial intelligence applied to life sciences and the importance of solidarity between women entrepreneurs: “It is in this constantly changing environment that collaboration between female entrepreneurs is so strong. We need to focus on helping each other. “
THERATECHNOLOGIES – Paul Lévesque, President and CEO, tells you about the company and its promising future: “ Theratechnologies will continue to grow and in my biggest dreams, we would have other molecules that would come to us in partnership with research in the Montreal region and would continue to develop a business model in this way, at the research level. ”
REPARE THERAPEUTICS – “ Montréal seemed to be the ideal site for a new company because of the extensive experience of pharma-trained scientists that we have here, who are able to bring their experience in drug discovery to address the problems that we are identifying in cancer. ”
OPEN SCIENCE INSTITUTE (NEURO) – “The concept of open science refers to the idea of sharing materials and the data that’s generated openly, without barriers.”
Discover more about the Open Science Institute, this innovative initiative that combines neuroscience research and the clinical setting, with Dr. Rouleau, neurologist and director of the NEURO.
BIOGENIQ – “In my opinion, one of the qualities needed to be a good entrepreneur is, above all, humility. In the area of high-tech science, it’s impossible to know everything, but what is especially important is that you surround yourself with the best people.”
Étienne Crevier, Chief Executive Officer of BiogeniQ, will speak to you about his entrepreneurial dream and about how he developed it.
Update: Biron Groupe Santé announced on February 20, 2018 the complete acquisition of BiogeniQ.
HEXOSKIN – Known for their biometric garments, Hexoskin is a connected health company that is also a software company, gathering and analyzing data from biometric garments to make such data accessible to those wearing the garments, but also to health professionals.
Hear Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Hexoskin, discuss his methods that have allowed this company to carve out a place for itself in the field of life sciences and health technologies.
BIO-K+ – “In business, you need to believe in something and never give up on your idea. When you believe in something, you go for it and that’s how you can develop innovations!” Now an international company, BioK+ took shape as a result of a meeting between Claude Chevalier and a French scientist from the Institut pasteur.
Learn more about the story of BioK+; about the idea in the beginning until its commercialization.
Sectors of expertise
Niches of excellence
In the Greater Montréal, the attractiveness factors of the life sciences ecosystem and health technologies are expertise, internal synergies (open and easy collaboration between the stakeholders of the ecosystem) and the innovation. The strength of an ecosystem is estimated by the visibility of its niches of excellence as well as their development opportunities. It is through these niches of excellence that partnership projects between industry, research and funding are possible.