Kate Kazlovich
Junior Creative Innovation Associate
INVIVO Communications


Research Interests: VR and AR technology, Knowledge Translation

Bio Brief

I am continuously looking for new opportunities to facilitate the translation of knowledge through collaboration between various scientific and non-scientific fields. Currently exploring the potential extent of applications, barriers, knowledge gaps, and needs related to the integration of 3D printing, VR, and AR technology into standard medical practice and education. With the background in engineering and business, I am working towards completing a master's degree in Translational Research Program at the University of Toronto. I believe that medical innovation is a combination of sound design principles centered around well-defined end user's need and collaborative work of artists, engineers, scientists, and experts.

Other Highlights:

TRP Heroes Spotlight: Conner Janeteas

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us how important frontline healthcare workers are for the normal functioning of our worlds. To support and celebrate these brave hearts, the Translational Research Program launched "TRP Heroes", an initiative to usher in frontline...

TR Talks – Leaders Discuss Transforming Research Discoveries to Improve Patient Care

Feb 4, 2019 By:  Brianne Tulk, Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto Leaders in the basic sciences, clinical epidemiology and patient care discussed how best to translate research into new treatments for patients at a recent event presented by the Department of...

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