• We connect our research with communities to promote bone and joint health, healthy aging, novel surgical solutions, prevent falls and injuries.

  • Our research informs supportive built environments to enhance healthy behaviours.

  • We build meaningful community partnerships to translate research outcomes into programs, practices, policies and tools.

  • Our research impacts the health of individuals—at every age.

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