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Frances Lasowski wins 2nd place business pitch for C20/20 at SFB 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Heather Sheardown- AIMBE fellow!

Start up Innovators Tips from Fran Lasowski featured in McMaster weekly

C20/20 Volunteering with FFB and Vision Quest 2018

Dr Heather Sheardown featured researcher at McMaster University

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Dr. Heather Sheardown has officially been inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE.org). Dr. Sheardown is the first person from McMaster University being recognized and she is one of the very few elected Fellows from Canada!

Dr. Heather Sheardown has officially been inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE.org). Dr. Sheardown is the first person from McMaster University being recognized and she is one of the very few elected Fellows from Canada!

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Thank you Ivana for volunteering at Vision Quest 2018 and helping to increase awareness on vision loss and the issues people living with blindness face everyday!




Heather Sheardown engineered a better eyedrop. Now, McMaster's new Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (BEAM) project centre will help get the technology from the lab bench to the manufacturing plant.

OptimEyes wins 2nd place at Innovation Factory’s ELEV8 Pitch night

ELEV8 winner  Fran Lasowski of    20/20 OptimEyes   – An ophthalmic innovation company with a drug delivery device formulated as an eye drop to treat dry eye disease.

ELEV8 winner Fran Lasowski of 20/20 OptimEyes – An ophthalmic innovation company with a drug delivery device formulated as an eye drop to treat dry eye disease.


Improving eye drops- OptimEyes

20/20 OptimEyes 2017 Life Science Competition Finalists

March 8th 2017

Meet Frances Lasowski, Business Development Engineer for C20/20 OptimEyes




Management Team

Frances Lasowski, Ben Muirhead and Dr. Heather Sheardown


20/20 OptimEyes awarded $30,000 as biotechnology startup