After successfully defending her thesis in 2014, Amanda is now working as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew Senior Life and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, USA; an unbelievable opportunity that would not have been possible if it wasn't for her PhD in Rehabilitation Science.Read more
After graduating from McMaster University’s Occupational Therapy (OT) program in 2012, Sarah Shallwani took a position as a Community Occupational Therapist at CBI Home Health in Hamilton, ON, where she currently works, and is loving every minute of it.Read more
Raymond Kao, a current student in the Master of Health Management (MHM) program, entered the program looking to further his experience in healthcare and assume progressively more challenging leadership roles.Read more
Christina Nowak has had opportunity to grow as an independent practitioner and experience once in a lifetime opportunities, such as working as a Medical Practitioner for the 2015 PanAm Games, thanks to her degree in Physiotherapy (PT) from McMaster.Read more
2015 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners
On October 1st 2015 the SRS will be holding the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards, and is pleased to announcement the 3 award winners.
The SRS Welcomes 4 New Classes of Students
The school is excited to welcome 4 incoming classes of new students to McMaster University and the School of Rehabilitation Science
RS Graduate Program Backed by Outstanding Leadership
The RS Graduate Program has come a long way since inception, both in size and function. This growth has been due to the hard work and dedication of a number of key individuals who have guided the program to where it is today.
Details coming soon!