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  • 1. Centre for Imaging Technology Commercialization
    Aaron Fenster
    Centre Director and Acting CEO
    NCE PSAB and Centre Directors Meeting
    March 30-31, 2011
  • 2. CImTeC - Why here, why now?
    • An opportunity to move Canadian Medical Imaging Industry forward in a major way
    • 3. An environment that can make it work
    Excellence
    • Excellent leaders with international track records
    • 4. Source of new discoveries
    • 5. Excellent trainees
    Culture of Commercialization
    • Track record of translation into clinical use and commercialization with spin-offs and licenses
    Infrastructure and HQP
    • State-of-the-art facilities
    • 6. Outstanding training environments producing HQP
    2
  • 7. Canadian Investment in
    Imaging Research
    3
  • 8. Centre for Imaging Technology Commercialization
    Centre Director: A. Fenster
    Associate Centre Director: M. Yaffe
    • Help Canadian Imaging SMEs become successful
    • 9. Accelerate commercialization of research in medical imaging research laboratories
    • 10. Overcome barriers to commercialization for academic groups and SMEs
  • Overcoming Barriers
    5
  • 11. Overcoming Barriers
    6
  • 12. Business Goals
    Support External Ventures
    • Establish and grow successful imaging companies
    • 13. Spin-offs grow to medium size companies
    • 14. New spin-off companies
    • 15. Attract new private sector investment
    Develop Internal Projects
    • Generate Centre IP
    • 16. Examples of internal projects
    • 17. Digital pathology scanning
    • 18. 3D reconstruction services
    Sustainability After Initial 5 Years of Operation
    • Revenue from fee-for-service, licenses, contracts
    7
  • 19. Core 1 Technology Development
    Hardware for Commercialization
    • Develop and test imaging and image-guided interventional systems
    Software for Commercialization
    • Develop and test software modules
    8
    High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Technology
    Prostate MR/US Segmentation and Registration
  • 20. Core 2Technology Validation
    Test Devices and Phantoms
    • Development and services for validation of imaging techniques
    Digital Pathology Validation
    • Ground truth to validate new imaging methods
    Clinical Trials
    • Support or manage clinical trials from design through ethics review, access to facilities and implementation
    9
    Flow Phantom
    3D Digital Pathology
    Carotid Section
  • 21. Core 3Commercialization
    Management Expertise and Services in Partnership
    • Contribute to the growth of small companies and enable new spin-offs
    • 22. Provide expert support in developing business plans and strategies
    • 23. Market assessments, IP protection,bundling and partnership development
    New Investments
    • Attract investment in imaging projects, small companies and spin-offs
    • 24. Packaging opportunities for institutional investors
    Regulatory Support
    • Provide guidance and services for regulatory filing
    10
  • 25. Revenue Generation & Sustainability
    Stakeholder Investment Annual Amount
    • 50% of budget by year 5 $1.5 M (new & continuing)
    Fee-for-Service
    • 25% of budget by year 5 $0.75 M
    Licensing & Royalties Revenue
    • 25% of budget by year 5$0.75 M
    Perfusion Software License
    Digital Pathology Service
    11
  • 26. Assessing Current Needs and Future Impacts
    Project Objectives
    • Identify probable/desirable areas for CImTeC impact
    • 27. Identify client needs, expectations and most important services for provision by CImTeC
    • 28. Define what success for CImTeC in five years would look like from a range of stakeholder perspectives
    • 29. Review and recommend a set of criteria for evaluation of CImTeC in five years, along with relevant performance indicators and supporting measures
    • 30. Develop baseline data for an agreed set of indicators and measures
    • Accelerated growth of small imagingcompanies to medium size companies
    • 31. Support creation of sustainable new spin-off companies
    • 32. Increased jobs
    • 33. Attracted investment
    • 34. New patents
    • 35. Annual revenue from fee-for-service, licenses, contracts
    • 36. Visible use of innovations in healthcare and healthcare delivery
    13
    What is Success at Year 5?
    3 to 5
    4 to 5
    250
    $10 to 20 M
    15
    $1.5 M
  • 37. Aaron Fenster
    Centre Director and Acting CEO
    519-931-5708
    aaron.fenster@cimtec-canada.ca
  • 38. Assessing Current Needs and Future Impacts
    Project Deliverables
    • Needs Assessment Report
    • 39. Success Criteria Report
    • 40. including supporting indicators and measures
    • 41. Baseline Measures Report
    • 42. an analysis of baseline measures for selected indicators
  • Assessing Current Needs and Future Impacts
    Project Timelines
    • Project start March 9, 2011
    • 43. Needs Assessment Report May 15, 2011
    • 44. Success Criteria Report May 31, 2011
    • 45. Baseline Measures Report June 30, 2011
    Consultants
    • Mark Bisby and Michelle Campbell