• 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.

Latest From The Blog

  1. Girls and boys tend to fracture their forearms for different reasons
  2. Congratulations to Drs. Heather McKay and Joanie Sims-Gould, recipients of a Peter Wall Institute International Research Roundtable Award
  3. Helmets don’t prevent crashes but good planning can
  4. Dr. Alex Scott wins a 2015 UBC Faculty of Medicine Distinguished Achievement Award