Business

Dave Williams, Anne Snowdon, Bill CharnetskiDave Williams, president of Southlake Regional Health Centre, and Bill Charnetski, chief health innovation strategist for Ontario, congratulate Anne Snowdon on her ACE Award.

UWindsor prof named an ace health innovator

UWindsor professor Anne Snowdon has been recognized for achievement, commitment and excellence as a member of the Ontario Health Innovation Council.

Navdeep Singh BainsBusiness grad Navdeep Singh Bains, Canadian minister of innovation, science and economic development, is one of two federal cabinet members with a tie to the University of Windsor.

New federal cabinet boasts UWindsor ties

Two members of the new federal cabinet sworn in Wednesday have connections to the University of Windsor.

Team to advance innovation in health systems

Seven team members appointed to the Odette School of Business’s recently established World Health Innovation Network will forge new ground, says chair Anne Snowdon.

The network will be Canada’s first health innovation centre with formal ties to the United States, building partnerships that will provide innovators and entrepreneurs access to the entire North American market. It will work with health and life sciences companies to support the successful commercialization of products providing tangible health benefits.

The new appointments include:

poster for symposiumBusiness and industry leaders will speak at a symposium October 23 in the Odette School of Business.

Symposium taps corporate leaders for keynote addresses

Business and industry leaders will speak at a symposium October 23 in the Odette School of Business.

windows carrying posters from Ford and GoogleThe line-up for the October 23 Georgie-Odette Leadership Symposium will span the gamut from Ford to Google.

Party to pave the way for business symposium

The line-up for the October 23 Georgie-Odette Leadership Symposium will span the gamut from Ford to Google.

The newly launched Odette World Health Innovation Network will work with health and life sciences companies to support the successful commercialization of products resulting in economic growth and tangible health care benefits for all Canadians.The newly launched Odette World Health Innovation Network will work with health and life sciences companies to support the successful commercialization of products resulting in economic growth and tangible health care benefits for all Canadians.

UWindsor’s Odette School of Business Announces Odette World Health Innovation Network and Welcomes Health Researcher and Innovator Dr. Anne Snowdon

The Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor announced the launch of the Odette World Health Innovation Network.