Dr. Knoefel talks about The Bruyère Memory Program and the potential of “smart” sensors to identify changes in how people move and think as they get older, to learn patterns and intervene, if needed.
The University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI) and Bruyère Research Institute (BRI) have launched a joint fundraising campaign for improved memory and dementia research
Dr. Thomas talks about how technology can be used to detect changes in memory and functioning for individuals with cognitive impairment and dementia and research being conducted at Bruyère
Housed at the Bruyère Research Institute, this innovative center will use ‘big data’ to improve the health of aging and vulnerable populations.
It is one of the digital health projects being developed by Bruyère aimed at addressing the health needs of people as they age.
Tenants from the Bruyère Village in Orléans are participating in the Road Worlds for Seniors’ Event, a world cycling championship using technology for seniors.
How can communication technology be more accessible?
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research have awarded Vivian Welch, PhD, new funding to evaluate gender inequalities in health outcomes for older adults receiving home-based care or long-term care.
Dr. Francois Tremblay, Yekta Ansari, and Anthony Remaud are investigating the potential of thermal sensory stimulation to improve the motor function of stroke survivors.
Please join us in congratulating Ms. Barbara Farrell, PharmD, on the receipt of the Exceptional Achievement in Research Award! This award, presented by the Ontario Pharmacists Association (OPA),
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