Looking at the Way We Walk Can Help Predict Cognitive Decline
Professor Montero Odasso was greeted at the Karolinska Institute dinner as an an invited opponent and Karolinska institute reviewer. This glass was given to him as a token of appreciation. It is the same one given to the Noble Laureates at their banquet!
Dr. Montero-Odasso was interviewed by New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Watch regarding our paper on polypharmacy, gait, and falls risk. Listen to the interview clip here.
Dr. Montero-Odasso at the Canadian Geriatrics Society Annual General Meeting 2019 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Gait and Brain Lab Trainees Josh Titus and Stephanie Cullen presented their research at the first CCNA public forum on Dementia Risk Reduction in Montreal, QC. Dr. Montero-Odasso was also a featured panelist on Exercise and Mobility. Dr, Montero-Odasso presenting
Dr. Montero-Odasso presented his research as co-leader of CCNA Team 12 (Mobility, Exercise and Cognition) at the 2018 Science Days and Partners Forum in Montreal, Canada.
Anish Naidu (MD candidate), Josh Titus (MSc. Candidate) and Stephanie Cullen (MSc. Candidate) represented our lab at Combined University Research day in Mississauga on June 20th, 2018. Fantastic work presenting your findings through your oral presentations and posters! Stephanie Cullen
Dr. Montero-Odasso presenting a lecture during his visiting professorship at USP Department of Medicine and Physiotherapy.
On May 10, 2018, Gait and Brain Lab trainees presented their research at London Health Research Day. Dr. Frederico Faria (post-doctoral fellow) and Anish Naidu (medical student) were invited to give podium presentations. Nick Bray (PhD candidate) also gave a
On Friday May 4, 2018 the Gait and Brain lab hosted high school students from London and surrounding around areas for an interactive presentation on our research here at Parkwood as part of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame’s Discovery