HEAL aims to bridge the disparities in health and well-being between the poorest and the richest seniors. The initiative will focus on health equity by ensuring that actions are tailored to the specific needs of seniors from the most vulnerable groups, including those from poor, Indigenous, LGBTQ+ , and minority communities.
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Meeting medicine’s 21st century challenges
At uOttawa, we have a bold vision to enhance our competitive edge. The Advanced Medical Research Centre (AMRC) – the largest single investment in our history – will be a hotbed of interdisciplinary innovation focused on improving human health. The groundbreaking work done within the walls of this 350,000+ square-foot complex will dramatically boost our national and international profile.
University of Ottawa Launches Health Equity for the Aged Lab
The Egyptian Goddess and Her Graffiti
Egypt’s Philae temple complex is one of the country’s most famed archeological sites. It is dedicated to the goddess Isis, who was one of the most important deities in ancient Egyptian religion.
Parkinson's Update 2023
On May 26th, the Parkinson Research Consortium, Parkinson Canada, and the uOttawa Brain and Mind Research Institute are pleased to invite you to atten…
What is Connected Autonomy?
Join us for a conversation where attendees will hear from authors about their chapters, followed by a discussion that engages both panelists and the a…
Brain Health Research Day 2023
Since 2009, the University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute has hosted an annual Brain Health Research Day to bring together our research c…