Génome Québec is pleased to announce a $2 million investment by the Government of Canada. These funds will be used to put in place the GEL3S Network in genomics and personalized health co-led by Christopher McCabe from University of Alberta and François Rousseau from Université Laval.
The Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan, today launched a $2 million initiative designed to accelerate the translation of research results into practical applications in healthcare for the benefit of Canadians.
Co-led by Christopher McCabe PhD, University of Alberta, and Dr. François Rousseau, of Université Laval, the new Network brings together GE3LS researchers from all 17 projects to address overarching themes:
- research ethics review;
- health economics and health technology assessment;
- knowledge transfer and implementation in health systems for “omics” technologies;
- intellectual property and commercialization.