T-CAIREM collaborates with several organizations to create advanced tools for precision medicine. We also partner with institutions and researchers to equip health care providers with the skills to use these new tools.
The Vector Institute is an independent, not-for-profit, corporation that works to advance research in the AI and machine learning field. It uses research into application, adoption and commercialization of tools that can benefit the economy of Canada, as well as improve the life of Canadians. The faculty at the Vector Institute consists of individuals from various different disciplines, including partners from the industry and within the health sector.
General Medicine Inpatient Initiative (GEMINI)
This initiative works with hospitals across Ontario obtaining and analyzing clinical data with the aim of improving healthcare. Their researchers gather information about acute and chronic diseases and create opportunities that will make healthcare safer and more efficient for everyone. This further allows healthcare providers to make more informed decisions regarding the best care for their patients. GEMINI is affiliated with many hospitals and institutes across Ontario, giving the Centre the opportunity to collaborate with them as well.
University of Toronto Practice-Based Network (UTOPIAN)
UTOPIAN brings together family physicians with academic researchers across the GTA. The aim is to use physician’s experiences, questions and suggestions to assess what could be done to improve primary care in Ontario. The network also uses Electronic Medical Records to access de-identified patient data, which provides a unique resource for medical research that is relevant to the reality of healthcare in Ontario.