THE CATALYST FOR HEALTH TECH

Dr. Malcolm Kennard

Director of Programs

Dr. Malcolm Kennard manages the health tech accelerator programs at Innovation Boulevard, providing extensive support and advice to clients on product development and commercialization, business development, grant support and review, and project management. Malcolm has over 25 years of experience working in the innovation and commercialization space in North America both in biotech and life science industries. His experience has ranged from engineering and manufacturing to the health care industry, drug and device development working for large companies such as Pfizer and BioMarin to smaller start-up companies such as Chromos Molecular Systems Inc., Synapse Technologies Inc, Protox and viDA Therapeutics Inc. etc. His unique experience bridging academia and industry enables a focus on the promotion of company technology and facilitating funding and research, as well as the business development and commercialization skills around such key technologies. Malcolm has a Ph.D. and an M.A.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and a BSc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham.

Dr. Malcolm Kennard manages the health tech accelerator programs at Innovation Boulevard, providing extensive support and advice to clients on product development and commercialization, business development, grant support and review, and project management. Malcolm has over 25 years of experience working in the innovation and commercialization space in North America both in biotech and life science industries. His experience has ranged from engineering and manufacturing to the health care industry, drug and device development working for large companies such as Pfizer and BioMarin to smaller start-up companies such as Chromos Molecular Systems Inc., Synapse Technologies Inc, Protox and viDA Therapeutics Inc. etc. His unique experience bridging academia and industry enables a focus on the promotion of company technology and facilitating funding and research, as well as the business development and commercialization skills around such key technologies. Malcolm has a Ph.D. and an M.A.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and a BSc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham.