Daily Media Digest October 17, 2022

How will long COVID affect our health system? Major Canadian study offers a glimpse of its reach
Toronto Star
“Both Atzema and McNaughton are researchers at the Sunnybrook Research Institute and scientists at the non-profit ICES in Toronto. The study, which …”
TAGS: long COVID, healthcare system, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, ICES

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: INOVAIT opens new funding round for image-guided therapy projects
“… is now seeking applicants for its Pilot Fund for R&D projects that integrate image-guided therapy (IGT) with artificial intelligence (AI) to advance medical innovation across Canada.”
TAGS: artificial intelligence, health technology, INOVAIT, Sunnybrook Research Institute

A Generation Later, Is Celiac Disease any Easier to Live with?
HRI Portal
“Twenty years after the first baseline survey of Canadians living with celiac disease was conducted, the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) is mounting a major research initiative…”
TAGS: celiac disease, Canadian research, Canadian Celiac Association

Nobel Prize in Chemistry shines light on glycomics
“Congratulations to Drs. Carolyn Bertozzi and Morten Meldal whose groundbreaking work has opened doors in glycomics innovation.”
TAGS: glycomics, innovative research, GlycoNet, Simon Fraser university, University of Alberta

Science Spotlight on IMAGINE: Diagnosing genetic and metabolic causes of cerebral palsy
“Diagnosis Using Integrated Metabolomics And Genomics In Neurodevelopment (IMAGINE) is a research project at BC Children’s Hospital that is part of the CHILD-BRIGHT Network.”
TAGS: cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, Provincial Health Services Authority

Now is the time for Canada to lead in fostering global research collaborations that drive innovative solutions to grand challenges
The Hill Times
“We must continue to inspire and create new ways of thinking and novel ideas that help us better understand and solve multi-dimensional grand challenges, benefitting not only Canadians, but also citizens worldwide…”
TAGS: Canadian research, health innovation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council