Bruyère researchers are investigating the intersection between technology and memory.
The following guiding principles are to be used in all interactions with industry for any potential commercialize-able or industry-driven Research & Development or Validation/Evaluation work.
Dr. Neil Thomas is leading a team that is using home-based sensors that may indicate a person’s decline in memory over time.
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
Heidi Sveistrup, PhD, has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Scientific Officer of the Bruyère Research Institute (BRI)...
Experts on homelessness gathered from across Canada to discuss how evidence should influence the way care is delivered to homeless across the country.
BRI’s Douglas Archibald, PhD, wants to know if our medical education tools are working the way they are intended.
Congratulations to investigators Janet Hatcher-Roberts, Alison Krentel, Gail Webber, and Vivian Welch!
Thank you to Visavie, Retire-At-Home Services, and Revera Retirement Living, who were instrumental in connecting our presenters to the community.
In a recent publication by the Ontario SPOR Support Unit, BRI investigator Simone Dahrouge, PhD, discusses her experience with a pivotal question: does patient engagement in research improve health?
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