We thank the following innovators in academia, medicine and industry.
Western Science has provided funding, mentorship and support since the inception of the USCC 3 years ago. We would not be where we are today without Western Science.
Nelson Education has made in-kind donations worth over $1000 to national round winners.
Each campus provides transportation and funding for their representatives to attend the national round at Western. Their support is instrumental to this competition's success.
OBI has provided $1000 in sponsorships and judges for Round 1 of the USCC. They have also helped develop the 2014 case on epilepsy.
Sciencescape has given us social media exposure that reached over 1000 people, and provided connections and mentorship during the founding of this competition.
Pearson has made in-kind donations and is considering participant submissions to be included in their textbooks.
Epilepsy Ontario provided editorial and consulting help that was essential to case development in 2014.
Our 2014 case on epilepsy was peer-reviewed and published in the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science at the University of Buffalo.
The 2013 USCC winners were offered lab positions working on Cystic Fibrosis (the year's topic) at the Hospital for Sick Children. Sickkids also provided judges for that year's competition.