Pathcore Partners

Impact Centre

Our vision is to be a place to connect with the best talent, exceptional research, government, and innovative industries. Collectively, we strive to solve problems, to create a better quality of life, and aim to become a leading model for the commercialization of research, entrepreneurship, and industry-relevant training.

Ontario Brain Institute

The Ontario Brain Institute is a provincially‐funded, not‐for‐profit research centre seeking to maximize the impact of neuroscience and establish Ontario as a world leader in brain discovery, commercialization and care. Convergent partnerships are created between researchers, clinicians, industry, patients, and their advocates to foster discovery and deliver innovative products and services that improve the lives of those living with brain disorders.

Ontario Centres of Excellence

Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) drives the development of Ontario’s economy by helping create new jobs, products, services, technologies and businesses. Our efforts are focused on sectors of the economy with the greatest potential to drive Ontario’s future prosperity and global competitiveness: energy and environment (including water); advanced manufacturing; advanced health technologies; and information, communications technologies and digital media.

Grand Challenges Canada

Grand Challenges Canada is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with Big Impact® in global health. We are funded by the Government of Canada and we fund innovators in low- and middle-income countries and Canada. The bold ideas we support integrate science and technology, social and business innovation – we call this Integrated Innovation®. We focus on bringing successful innovation to scale, catalyzing sustainability and impact. We have a determined focus on results, and on saving and improving lives.

FedDev Ontario

FedDev Ontario was established in August 2009 and provided $1 billion over five years to work with southern Ontario’s communities, businesses and not-for-profits to address regional and global economic challenges. As Canada’s most populous region—home to 12.3 million residents living in 288 communities—southern Ontario is a key contributor to the overall Canadian economy.