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Le Soleil feature on Zilia, which employs 4 CERVO students/alumni

Read a recent article in Le Soleil newspaper about Zilia, a company commercializing a new tool for early diagnosis of several eye conditions, including glaucoma and macular degeneration.

Zilia, formerly known as Retnia, employs four students/alumni from the CERVO research centre,  Cleophace Akitegetse (PhD), Jasmine Poirier (MSc), Nicolas Lapointe and Damon De Paoli (PhD).

The Canadian governement also announced its support of this company, with a $200 000 loan.

Read the news in Le Soleil (in French only): Appareil de diagnostic oculaire pour Zilia