*Please note that our community programs only provide services to the following client groups:

Active Living Leaders

Active Living Leaders is a program designed to train adults with a physical disability how to talk about and promote physical activity to others with physical disabilities. The program is also open to people who may not have a disability, but who are int Read More

CHAMpS Study

Cardiovascular Health And Mobility across a spectrum of Stroke risk (CHAMpS) study aims to gain a better understanding of factors that impact a person’s risk for future stroke. Read More


CHOICES, a CIHR Team Grant-funded project led by principal investigator Dr. Andrei Krassioukov from ICORD, brings together leading researchers from across Canada with the aim of improving the lives of Canadians living with spinal cord injury. Read More

Exercise and Arthritis: The MOBILE Study

Women with knee Osteoarthritis (OA) will be randomly assigned to participate in one of the three different strengthening, stretching and relaxation programs. Read More

Exercise Dose and Cognition in Older Adults

A study looking at the effects of physical activity on cognitive diseases, prominently Alzheimer's, in older adults. Read More

Exercise Study recruiting NOW!


Regulatory Mechanisms of Vascular Structure and Function

This is a five-year program grant funded by The Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grant program supporting the overarching goal to increase our mechanistic understanding of human cardiovascular regulation. Read More

The Canadian Disability Participation Project

The Canadian Disability Participation Project is funded by a 7-year, $2.6 million grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The goal of the Project is to design and implement, evidence-based practices that will Read More

Using Exercise and Nutrition to Optimize Health in Older Men

The effects of a combined resistance and high-intensity interval exercise training program with nutritional supplementation, on strength and physical function in older men. Read More

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