Fiona Miller (Univ. of Toronto) is a historian, a member of the Joint Centre for Bioethics and the Director of the Division of Health Policy and Ethics at the Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment Collaborative (THETA). Her research centres on health technology policy, including the dynamics of technology development, assessment and adoption within systems of health research and healthcare. She brings expertise in health policy, science-based entrepreneurship and institutional theory.
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The McConnell Foundation (Montreal) and MaRS (Toronto) are instrumental to innovation and social entrepreneurship in Canada. We have secured the collaboration of the Canadian medical device industry association (MEDEC); high-level policymakers; provincial research funding bodies (FRQ-S, Michael Smith Foundation); and the National Alliance of Provincial Health Research Organizations (NAPHRO).