Academia

AGE WELL PHOTOS by John Hryniuk Photography taken at Toronto Rehabilition Centre. August 2019

AGE-WELL comprises more than 42 universities and research centres across Canada which are our network members. AGE-WELL-supported researchers are based at these institutions.

In addition, AGE-WELL works with other post-secondary institutions to further drive research and innovation in the field of technology and aging.

For example, we co-fund awards with academic institutions to build capacity among Canada’s young researchers. We partner with post-secondary institutions in initiatives to support healthy aging. Many are involved in AGE-WELL National Innovation Hubs.

Read about a research project involving an academic partner here.

Learn about our partnership with the UK’s Northern Health Science Alliance here.

To get involved with AGE-WELL, please contact partnerships@agewell-nce.ca

Current AGE-WELL post-secondary partner institutions:

Algonquin College

Bruyere Research Institute
Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities (CIRCLE)
Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and the Public
IMPACT Centre, University of Toronto

McMaster University – Gilbrea Centre on Aging

IRMACS

McMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA)
National Institute on Ageing
Nova Scotia Cenre on Aging, Mount Saint Vincent University
OCAD University
Semaphore Lab, University of Toronto
The Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics, University of Ottawa
Unviersity of New Brunswick
Ward of the 21st century (W21C) Innovation and Research Centre, University of Calgary