Our Partners

Skinopathy has cultivated a rich network of partners and collaborators who all believe in our team and technology

partners & collaborators

Government

Innovation, Science and Economy Development Canada (ISED)

Collaboration to develop a proof-of-concept for a national network of health data digital credentials.

Invited to join their exclusive Accelerated Growth Services Program

National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program

Skinopathy is supported in part by advisory services and research and development funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program.

Health Canada

Class I designation for Skinopathy AI technology and Medical Devices Establishment License.

AI Collaborators

Responsible AI Institute

Collaboration to develop international Clear Derm Guidelines alongside Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and IBM Research.

Vector Institute

Active member of the Vector Institute Fast Lane, a program that enables Canadian startups to accelerate their AI commercialization journey.

Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms

Collaboration with the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms to refine Skinopathy AI algorithms and implement industry best-practices for responsible AI.

Accelerators

Canadian Technology Accelerator – New York City

Invited to join Consulate General of Canada in New York City to be introduced to various financiers and explore potential economic ties between Canada and the United States.

Canadian Technology Accelerator – San Francisco

Invited to join Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco to present Skinopathy to various Venture Capital Funds and Accelerators.

Canadian Technology Accelerator – Boston

Invited to join Consulate General of Canada in Boston to investigate potential healthcare clients from the prolific New England medical sector.

High Commission of Canada in London

Invited to take part in a trade mission to the United Kingdom that introduced Skinopathy to high ranking NHS officials.

MaRS Discovery District

Member of the MaRS Discover District, North America’s largest urban innovation hub that provides direct support for startups.

Communitech

Member of Communitech, Canada’s Tech Supercharger launched to ensure the future prosperity of Canada.

Creative Destruction Lab

Alumni of the Creative Destruction Lab, global startup program for seed-stage, science-based companies. 

Schulich Startups

Member of Schulich Startups, a community of startup founders, aspiring & established entrepreneurs, faculty, and students.

Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology

Member of BEST, a unique entrepreneurship initiative that brings together the Lassonde School of Engineering, Schulich School of Business and Osgoode Law School.

York YSpace

Member of York YSpace, an innovation hub that serves as spaces to foster a sense of community for our innovators, entrepreneurs, and change-makers.

Academia

University of Alberta

Clinical study collaborations with the University of Alberta/Alberta Health Services to mine anonymized burn and skin lesion data for training algorithms and assessing the impact of AI and technology in decreasing time-to-treatment.

Schulich School of Business, York University

Integration with the Schulich School of Business MBA program to refine Skinopathy marketing initiatives and develop new revenue streams.

Lassonde School of Engineering

Collaborated to build, test, and deploy the Skinopathy Patient Engagement Platform and Skinopathy Wounds.

Sheridan College

Research study on how to improve the User Experience on how individuals can best capture clear images of various skin conditions using their cellphones.

Centennial College

Integration with the Centennial College Interactive Media Management program to audit and improve the user experience of Skinopathy products and services.

Concordia University

Integration with the Concordia University Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science to develop the Skinopathy Health Vault

Advocacy

Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation

The Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation saves lives by preventing skin cancer. We promote sun protection and early detection through public campaigns, educational messaging, and our unique in-school program for children and youth across Canada.

Melanoma Canada

Founded in 2009 by Annette Cyr with the support and assistance of Jo Anne Adams, Melanoma Canada is committed to respond to the need for patients in Canada to have a nationally-based organization to coordinate educational and prevention efforts, provide a strong voice for advocacy, and assist in efforts to target funding for melanoma research.

Save Your Skin Foundation

Founded in 2003 by Kathleen Barnard, Save Your Skin Foundation (SYSF) is a national patient-led not-for-profit group dedicated to the fight against non-melanoma skin cancers, melanoma and ocular melanoma through nationwide education, advocacy, and awareness initiatives.

Private Sector

Shiseido

Collaborating to leverage Artificial Intelligence technologies in go-to-market strategies for cosmetics.

GreenShield Insurance

Deploying Skinopathy technology that will screen infusion patients for various skin diseases in 16 clinics. 

OMNI Quality Living

Deploying Skinopathy Wounds in long-term care facilities to help their care teams with complex wound management.

Baüne

Collaborating to integrate Baüne biometrical and Skinopathy AI technologies as part of a comprehensive offering on Earth and in Space.

L’Oréal

Partnered with L’Oréal CERAN (Central America & Andean Region) to provide education and engagement on advanced dermatological AI to leading dermatologists from eight countries.

Walmart

Collaborating to provide GetSkinHelp patients a special offer to purchase dermatological products following their medical consultation.

Revolutionizing the Future of Dermatology

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