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Partnership & Collaboration

Over the past 30 years, Hamilton Health Sciences along with McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences has built mutually-beneficial relationships with many of the world’s leading health organizations from the public, academic and private sector. For this reason, we have established a reputation for maintaining the utmost level of academic research integrity.

Hamilton Health Sciences is one of the 25 most influential research communities in the world. With unprecedented growth of 155% over the last 8 years, Hamilton Health Sciences is also one of the most rapidly expanding research communities in Canada and the world.

Opportunities for collaboration and sponsorship abound, as scientists embrace partnerships between disciplines, institutions, government agencies and industry.

We welcome long-term collaborative opportunities for comprehensive research studies and trials which support and promote research programs that are of direct relevance to the clinical mission and strategic planning of Hamilton Health Sciences.

  • Capabilities


    Covering a broad spectrum of health research, HHS investigators explore basic laboratory, clinical and epidemiological research.
  • NEW Calling All Innovators

    NEW Calling All Innovators

    CAHO appointed Innovation Broker, connecting innovators with Ontario research hospitals The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) was recently appointed as an Innovation Broker for the Province of Ontario […]
  • Contract Policies

    Contract Policies

    HHS protects you and your patients with legally-binding agreements, internal policy guidelines and the CAHO Statement of Principles.
  • Let’s Collaborate

    Let’s Collaborate

    HHS scientists embrace partnerships between disciplines, institutions, government agencies and industry.
  • Youth Programs

    Youth Programs

    A one-day symposium designed to attract high school students in grades 10-12, from across Ontario, who are considering a career in Health Sciences.
  • Equipment Reserve

    Equipment Reserve

    QReserve helps researchers connect and collaborate over equipment, services and other resources.