Each week Taproot brings together the latest on the research, technology, companies and people changing health and healthcare for the better in Edmonton. If you have a suggestion for a future edition of the roundup, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Here are some highlights from this week’s Health Innovation Roundup: News PolypDx™, the urine-based colon cancer screening test is set to assess their tech in Alberta. Edmonton-based startup company Rehabtronics Inc. signed a deal with ZTE Coming Bio. Justin Riemer has a new position at Alberta Health Services. GlycoNet has added three new members to the board including University of Alberta researcher, Matthias Ruth. Edmonton Startup Week included presentations at Launch Party 9 from Hölmetrics — a company that uses data from smart devices to prevent burnout — and brand-identity designer Medo about working in AI and medical imaging. Christy Holtby at UHF named one of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy’s Top 40 Under 40. AnimationLeader Technology has created a motion capture technology Physio4D™ and got help from TEC Edmonton to market the product to chiropractors and physiotherapists. Events Edmonton will be host to the 2019 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health Symposium from April 14 to 16, 2019. The deadline for abstract submissions is Oct. 26. The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital will be hosting Spotlight on Innovation: Health to Home at the Westin Hotel on Nov. 7. The event will be focused on solving the challenges people with disabilities face transitioning from healthcare settings to their homes. The Health Innovation Roundup, sponsored by Health City, is a weekly email newsletter written and published by Taproot Edmonton. Sign up to get the full edition delivered directly to your inbox. If you sign up for a Taproot membership using the code HEALTHCITY, you’ll get 10% off the first year.