IAGG Conference 2017 in San Francisco, California Session Title: “Consensus in Measures of Gait and Cognition: From the Canadian Consortium in Neurodegeneration & Aging” Left to Right: Dr. Manuel Montero-Odasso, Dr. Karen Li, Dr. Sarah Fraser, Dr. Richard Camicioli, Dr.
Listen below to Dr. Montero-Odasso’s webinar on the mission and projects being done by Team 12: Mobility, Exercise, and Cognition (MEC) Team of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) from June 20, 2017. Link: https://cc.callinfo.com/cc/playback/Playback.do?id=hk3t3 Webinar begins at 18:00.
EARLY DEMENTIA DETECTION CAN LEAD TO HALTING ITS PROGRESSION
Western University study shows promise for earlier dementia diagnoses
Dr. Montero-Odasso presenting the results of the Gait and Brain Study at the American Geriatric Society Conference 2017 (San Antonio, TX). The results of this study demonstrate that dual-task gait can be used as a biomarker for Dementia progression in
Preventative treatment for dementia tested in ground-breaking triple intervention: SYNERGIC Trial
Alanna Black (Research Coordinator) and Dr. Frederico Faria (research fellow) present the Gait and Brain Health Program to the Parkwood Auxiliary (March 29th, 2017).
Dr. Frederico Faria (research fellow), Anish Naidu (medical student), Navena Lingum (MSc. candidate) and Dr. Montero-Odasso attend London Health Research Day with posters from their research projects.
We’re in the news! Lawson Health Research Institute recently published a post regarding our national SYNERGIC Trial! Click here to view more!
The Gait and Brain Lab is pleased to announce that Master’s student Jacqueline Kueper, co-supervised by Dr. Montero-Odasso, is the recipient of The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Master’s Scholarship. This award is sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of