Check out this week’s latest news and events in research, technology, companies and people changing health for the better in Edmonton. Sign up to get the full edition delivered directly to your inbox. Use the code HEALTHCITY & you’ll get 10% off the first year. Have a suggestion for a future edition? Send it to email@example.com for consideration. Become a “Roundup Cultivator” and sponsor Taproot Edmonton to help them chronicle health innovation in Edmonton. Learn more Here are some highlights from this week’s Health Innovation Roundup: Local headlines Edmonton software company AltaML, Health City, and pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim Canada Ltd. are partnering to create a new tool using artificial intelligence to predict chronic illnesses and frailty in seniors. Researchers out of the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry co-led a study that identified eight biomarkers that helped distinguish between two types of ovarian cancer. Health Minister Tyler Shandro says he is looking into the ramifications of cancelling the Edmonton superlab. Several events will be held throughout the city as part of National AccessAbility Week from May 28 to June 3. Events May 17 – TEC Edmonton will host an information session on funding opportunities with the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation. May 25 – The University of Alberta is hosting the Festival of Health. May 28-30, the Tamarack Institute is hosting ABCD Healthy Neighbourhoods, Healthy Cities. June 17 and 18 – The Canadian Cytometry and Microscopy Association will host its next conference at the University of Alberta. The Health Innovation Roundup, sponsored by Health City, is written and published weekly by Taproot Edmonton. Sign up here to get the full edition delivered directly to your inbox.