The Rehabilitation Science Programs are led by internationally renowned faculty, with intensive research programs that focus on clinically relevant research that advances rehabilitation particularly in the areas of childhood disability, musculoskeletal health, healthy aging, and primary care. Our faculty are leaders in evidence based practice and knowledge translation. Our trainees are highly successful in international accomplishments, including achieving external funding and publications. Our programs are tailored to meet the needs of clinicians, clinician scientists and rehabilitation researchers.
Ada Tang provides comment on exercise and BP stroke meta-analysis for Reuters
New MA shows exercise post-stroke improves BP
AGE-WELL Catalyst Grant awarded to Brenda Vrkljan
Research on use of mobile tech for driving after stroke
Congratulations to Luciana Macedo for IIMF Funding
Grant from McMaster's International Initiatives Micro-Fund