Michael Floros launches Cohesys, a spin-off from the Santerre Lab

The latest spin-off from the Santerre Lab, Cohesys is aiming to disrupt the field of reconstructive craniomaxillofacial surgery by introducing an adhesive that may offer a flexible and resorbable alternative to the conventional titanium plates and screws being used today. Spearheaded by post-doctoral fellow Michael Floros, Cohesys is being supported by a number of institutions and programs in its journey from bench-to-bedside, including the University of Toronto, the Sunnybrook Research Institute, MaRS Innovations, the Health Innovation Hub (H2i), the University of Toronto Early Stage Technology (UTEST) program, and the Creative Destruction Lab. Read more to learn about learn about the current state of Toronto’s healthcare innovation ecosystem, and what it means for start-ups such as Cohesys.