Multinational corporation Bombardier and the Bombardier, Beaudoin and Fontaine families are proud to support the CHUM’s SERVO project.
Bombardier and the Bombardier, Beaudoin and Fontaine families are proud to contribute to developing projects that change Quebecers’ lives. Together, they are making an extraordinary gift to help Quebec innovation soar.
Neurological diseases affect 3.6 million Canadians, and yet little is still known about them. The CHUM care and research teams behind the SERVO project believe that by changing how we approach neurological diseases, we can make progress in leaps and bounds—and by relying on artificial intelligence, we can push neurology research to the next level.
This enormous database will use artificial intelligence and connected objects to help the CHUM better understand neurological diseases and provide patients with personalized treatments tailored to their profile and needs.
This extraordinary $2 million contribution will let the SERVO project—the only one of its kind in Canada—help thousands of Quebecers living with neurological diseases like epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
Allies on a groundbreaking project
The CHUM Foundation is incredibly grateful to count on the considerable support of Bombardier and the Bombardier, Beaudoin and Fontaine families to fund projects that bring hope to patients, like the CHUM’s SERVO. This generous gift shows their deep commitment to developing Quebec research. They are frequent supporters of cutting‑edge research in Quebec, and the Foundation is thrilled to have them as allies on this groundbreaking project. The CHUM Foundation thanks them for making the CHUM’s research and technological advances a core part of their philanthropy.
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