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.
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.
Facing the need to de-risk the development of new vaccines, a top-10 biopharma company required help articulating the strategic vision and business case for a translational research public-private partnership.
McMaster University sought to establish a Canadian network focused on advancing innovative solutions to drug-resistant infections.
The University of Saskatchewan engaged Shift Health to develop a strategic plan that would tell an authentic story, inspire diverse communities and provide an accessible and engaging means to understanding the institution.
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.