Check out some of the recent news coverage on our studies!
About Our Lab
The Gait and Brain Lab is a research facility at Parkwood Institute, London, Ontario. We specialize in ageing-related research, specifically looking at the interaction between one’s mobility and cognition as one ages. The Gait and Brain Lab’s mission is to integrate “Mobility and Cognition” as a new line of research to better understand and treat the epidemic of insidious disability in older people.
Gait and Brain Seminar: Most Recent Presentation
The 12th annual Gait and Brain Seminar was hosted at Parkwood Institute, London ON on Tuesday October 16th, 2018 at 2PM with guest speaker Dr. Richard Camicioli from the University of Alberta.
View the seminar presentation slides here.
OTN recording is now available for viewing here. (presentation begins at 1:16:00)
Congratulations to Dr. Montero-Odasso!
Dr. Montero-Odasso was awarded with the Dr. Joseph Gilbert Research Contribution of the Year award at the Lawson Impact Awards for his publication in JAMA Neurology titled “Association of dual-task gait with incident dementia in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Results from the Gait and Brain Study”.
Do you have memory problems?
Do you have trouble remembering things?
Are you 60 years old or older?
Would you like to be part of a research study?
Interested older adults are invited to call to get information about participating in our research studies.
Our projects are looking at the relationship between walking and cognition (how you think and reason). If you have concerns about your memory, you are encouraged to call us and , if you meet certain criteria, you will be invited to take part in our research studies. You may then be invited to come to Parkwood Institute, part of St. Joseph’s Health Care London, and undergo a thorough assessment by our trained professionals. As a part of the study, you will have a complete memory and mobility evaluation, which can be sent to your family physician if you wish.