null Recognizing great ideas at the McGill Clinical Innovation Competition
May 24, 2019
Source: Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning. The second edition of the McGill Clinical Innovation Competition (CLIC) roused overwhelming interest across the McGill-affiliated network, inciting forty-five teams to submit proposals with the potential to have a real and lasting impact on patient care. On May 22, finalist teams pitched their innovative projects before a full room of enthusiastic supporters and an esteemed panel of judges at the 2019 McGill CLIC Awards Ceremony.
Congratulations to two teams from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre:
- BetaSense, winner of the Marika Zelenka Roy Innovation Prize: Shirin Abbasi Nejad Enger, PhD, and master’s student Liam Carroll (Cancer Research Program)
- Antibiotic Sentinel, winner of the MI4 Innovation Prize: Drs. Emily McDonald and Todd Lee (Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program) with Dr. Louis Mullie (Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal), Jonathan Hershon and Christophe Marois.