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NMIN Scientific Meeting 2022

November 17-19, 2022



In its 2022 Scientific Meeting, the NanoMedicines Innovation Network (NMIN) will gather its pan-Canadian teams of experts, their partners and collaborators, together with other stakeholders, to advance:

  • NMIN’s innovative research and commercialization strategies for the development, translation and clinical application of nanomedicine-based diagnostics and therapeutics to benefit patients, the national health research ecosystem, and the Canadian economy;
  • NMIN’s building of capacity in the next generation of nanomedicine researchers and entrepreneurs to strengthen Canada’s position as a global leader in nanomedicines innovation; and
  • networking and collaboration among researchers, clinicians, trainees, industry and government.

NMIN’s mission is to develop novel therapeutics to cure high-burden human diseases and new diagnostics to detect disease more precisely; to commercialize these products to bring health and economic benefits to Canadians; and to train the skilled workforce required by the growing nanomedicines industry. NMIN is funded by the Government of Canada through the Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) Program.

This is an in-person event.

The 2022 NMIN Trainee Symposium will take place immediately following the Scientific Meeting, at the same venue.



Additional program details will be shared as they are confirmed.

Please check back soon.

Program in PDF

Day 1 (Friday, September 13, 2019)

  • An introduction to NMIN, the NanoMedicines Innovation Network, and an update on its activities since it was awarded NCE funding on April 1, 2019;
  • Expert panel discussions on the three research and innovation thrusts of the NMIN Network, including opportunities for collaboration and training within each: Targeted Drug Delivery, Nanomedicine for Enabling Gene Therapies, and Diagnostics;
  • An overview of NMIN’s Core Facilities: the NanoMedicines Formulation and Characterization Core Facility (NanoCore), and the  Pharmacology, Toxicology and Scaled Production Core Facility (PharmaCore);
  • Presentations by key industry partners on gaps in skills/expertise, employment opportunities, scientific priorities, and recent discoveries in this sector;
  • Informational sessions with CIHR and NSERC representatives; and
  • A networking reception & dinner with the leading researchers and innovators in the field, featuring guest speaker Neal Boerkoel.

Day 2 (Saturday, September 14, 2019)

  • Panel discussionLessons from the School of Hard Knocks: Establishing a company to protect and develop your IP – Why, When, How and Who can Help?
  • A workshop on best practices in IP identification, disclosure, protection: proven strategies for optimizing IP patent protection & commercialization opportunities; and
  • Discussion of NMIN’s research program, projects, priorities, partnerships and performance-based evaluation processes; its potential to enhance Canada’s global leadership in nanomedicines.

Featured speakers

Additional information to be added as details are confirmed. 



Participation in NMIN’s 2022 Scientific Meeting is restricted to network participants (researchers, trainees, committee members, partner representatives) and invited guests.

To complete your registration, you will be required to pay a registration fee to help cover the costs of your participation (exceptions are noted in the fee schedule below). Please have your PayPal account or credit card information on hand when registering.

Registration includes breakfasts, refreshments, lunches and (on Day 1 only) a dinner.

Invited guest:

NMIN Board/CAB/RMC member:

Student/trainee/research staff:
one day $150, both days $275

Not-for-profit/Public sector:
one day $150, both days $275

one day $250, both days $375

Industry/Private sector:
one day $350, both days $475

NOTE: Registration, travel and accommodation costs will be covered by NMIN for NMIN Board, RMC, CAB, HPAC, and NHN Executive Committee members, and for invited speakers and guests. NMIN-funded PIs and additional members of their research teams will be able to recover the cost of their participation from their approved project budgets.

Registration will be available in the near future.

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NMIN’s 2022 Scientific Meeting will be held at:

Omni King Edward

37 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1E9

The Omni King Edward Hotel is Toronto’s First Luxury Hotel, built in 1903. Its location in the heart of downtown Toronto’s financial district provides convenient access to the city’s top attractions.




We invite organizations that share NMIN’s enthusiasm for the enormous potential of nanomedicines to consider partnering with us as event sponsors for NMIN’s 2022 Scientific Meeting.

We offer various levels of sponsorship to ensure the best fit with your organization’s marketing, outreach and networking objectives.

If you are interested in sponsoring, or have any questions, please contact:

Dr. Diana Royce

Executive Director, NMIN