Hamilton’s Health Innovation Partnership Portal

Finding collaborative partners for health companies and researchers can be difficult.

Hamilton’s Synapse Life Science Consortium has created the Health Innovation Partnership Portal (HIPP) to make the process simpler and more streamlined to find new partners within Canada’s leading health research and educational ecosystem, which represents:

The Health Innovation Partnership Portal can facilitate relationships between your organization and key stakeholders across the Hamilton health ecosystem, including Hamilton Health Sciences, St. Joseph’s Healthcare, McMaster University, Mohawk College, +40 life science research centres and institutes, as well as other key public- and private-sector stakeholders across the cluster.

HIPP is ideal for public and private organizations interested in the following:

Once received, your portal submission is assigned to health innovation experts for evaluation and timely high-level feedback. Based on the viability and applicability of your innovative technology, product, or process, Synapse will identify potential partners in the Hamilton health ecosystem and facilitate an introduction to start a collaboration.

For more information, review the Health Innovation Partnership Portal guidelines, which includes a copy of the application questions. For any questions or concerns: [email protected]

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Synapse Life Science Consortium is a partnership of the major life science organizations in Hamilton, including the hospitals, University, College, private companies, representing 25,000 employees. Synapse is meant to be a concierge and advocate for the community – with a focus on supporting efforts to commercialize health innovation.