Contact

Lois Ward
Manager, Research Operations
lois.ward@uhn.ca

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
550 University Avenue
Toronto, ON
M5G 2A2
CANADA
 

About Us
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI) is Canada’s largest academic hospital dedicated to adult rehabilitation and complex continuing care. TRI’s research program solves problems in four areas: prevention of disability; restoration of function following injury or illness; enabling independent living at home; and optimization of the rehab system. TRI researchers develop new treatments, helpful products and evidence that guides changes to policy and public opinion. TRI’s research laboratories are located at four sites: University Centre, Lyndhurst Hospital and TRI Cardiac and Stroke Centre, and the Bickle Centre. The institute includes labs and facilities that are completely unique in the world of rehabilitation research. The centre-piece of TRI’s research facilities is the iDAPT Centre for Rehabilitation Research (iDAPT), a unique space where ideas can be cultivated and tested in realistic settings. The iDAPT Centre includes the Challenging Environment Assessment Laboratory (CEAL), a group of one-of-a-kind biomechanics and simulation laboratories.
 
TRI researchers are grouped into the following teams according to their research program:
  • Acquired Brain Injury & Society
  • Artificial Intelligence & Robotics for Rehabilitation (AI&RR)
  • Brain Discovery & Recovery
  • Cardiorespiratory Fitness
  • Communication
  • Home, Community & Institutional Environments (HC&IE)
  • Mobility
  • Neural Engineering & Therapeutics
  • Optimize
  • Sleep Science
  • Swallowing Science
 
Read more about TRI at http://www.idapt.com/
 
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About Us
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI) is Canada’s largest academic hospital dedicated to adult rehabilitation and complex continuing care. TRI’s research program solves problems in four areas: prevention of disability; restoration of function following injury or illness; enabling independent living at home; and optimization of the rehab system. TRI researchers develop new treatments, helpful products and evidence that guides changes to policy and public opinion. TRI’s research laboratories are located at four sites: University Centre, Lyndhurst Hospital and TRI Cardiac and Stroke Centre, and the Bickle Centre. The institute includes labs and facilities that are completely unique in the world of rehabilitation research. The centre-piece of TRI’s research facilities is the iDAPT Centre for Rehabilitation Research (iDAPT), a unique space where ideas can be cultivated and tested in realistic settings. The iDAPT Centre includes the Challenging Environment Assessment Laboratory (CEAL), a group of one-of-a-kind biomechanics and simulation laboratories.
 
TRI researchers are grouped into the following teams according to their research program:
  • Acquired Brain Injury & Society
  • Artificial Intelligence & Robotics for Rehabilitation (AI&RR)
  • Brain Discovery & Recovery
  • Cardiorespiratory Fitness
  • Communication
  • Home, Community & Institutional Environments (HC&IE)
  • Mobility
  • Neural Engineering & Therapeutics
  • Optimize
  • Sleep Science
  • Swallowing Science
 
Read more about TRI at http://www.idapt.com/
 

Contact

Lois Ward
Manager, Research Operations
lois.ward@uhn.ca

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
550 University Avenue
Toronto, ON
M5G 2A2
CANADA