Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health
The 2021 Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health (ARCH) is focused on projects from basic science to clinic research in the area of neuroscience, with an attention to fostering and accelerating health innovation in Alberta.
Through the Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health, the University Hospital Foundation (UHF) and Roche Canada aim to support health innovation research projects that can provide further insight into challenges faced by patients and caregivers in the area of neuroscience, primarily focused in three areas:
2021 Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health Competition
The University Hospital Foundation and Roche Canada are now accepting proposals for the Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health (ARCH) competition, an opportunity to support research and health innovation for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Determining the prevalence of Alzheimer’s Disease varies in different jurisdictions across Canada, due to various definitions, diagnostic tests, and the age of patients. This variation in diagnosis and treatment is present within the province of Alberta.
Through the provincial health data, the ARCH partners are interested in better understanding the diagnosis and care pathway for Alzheimer’s Disease.
The RFP deadline for the Alberta Roche Collaboration in Health competition is now closed.