Recognizing that our traditional models to pandemic preparedness have failed to imagine the risk and broad societal impact of biological threats, McMaster University sought support to establish a new way forward.
Proposals + Pitches
The Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) needed to define its strategic direction and articulate its value to policymakers to ensure continued government support for brain research.
The University of Saskatchewan needed a compelling proposal to secure investment from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) for a water security research program.
Shift Health was engaged by Baycrest Health Sciences to develop a business plan and operating model for the multinational, multi-partner Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI).
McMaster University sought to secure a $15M investment to support the creation of a research program focused on studying host microbe interactions and the development of new antimicrobial agents.
Shift Health was engaged by Ryerson University to develop a briefing note to engage investors for an institute focused on advancing the R&D of biomedical engineering technologies.