Our partners & collaborations
NGO’s, Governments, and Universities
Research & Development Partners and Collaborators
Innovation, Science and Economy Development Canada (ISED)
Collaboration to develop a proof-of-concept for a national network of health data digital credentials.
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.
Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms
Collaboration with the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms to refine SkinAI™ algorithms and implement industry best-practices for responsible AI.
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.
Integration with the Concordia University Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science to develop the Skinopathy Health Vault™
Integration with the Centennial College Interactive Media Management program to audit and improve the user experience of Skinopathy products and services.
Patient Advocacy Partners
Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation (CSCF)
Their vision: A world without skin cancer.
Their mission: To prevent and eradicate skin cancer through education, awareness, advocacy and research.
Melanoma Canada (formerly The Melanoma Network of Canada)
Founded 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
Committed to playing an active role in reducing the incidence of skin cancer in Canada, and to providing compassionate support for all Canadians living with skin cancers.