Concordia’s PERFORM Centre, along with Forte – Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare, has partnered with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to host an innovative five-day training session focused on physical activity and aging from May 15-19, 2017. [Read more...]
PERFORM has launched the first of what we hope will be a series of programs called People Like Me. These programs are developed for people who are living with chronic illness. The purpose of the programs is to help people learn how to find balance in their lives through a holistic approach to a healthier and more active lifestyle. [Read more...]
The PERFORM Centre team welcomed eight new members to its growing research team this year. From music therapy to learning development to the relationship between diet and cognition, each researcher brings a unique skill set to PERFORM’s interdisciplinary spectrum of preventive health expertise. [Read more...]
PERFORM was officially opened on November 4, 2011 after a whirlwind construction phase starting with the groundbreaking on April 15, 2010. It's been an incredible journey with an amazing team, students, and researchers... and of course our community!
Below is a before/after image with the PERFORM Centre as it was on September 24, 2010 and now (photo taken on on November 2, 2016). Move the slider to compare the two. [View larger...]
2016 has been an exceptional year so far for PERFORM. Having laid the foundation for our three-pillar mission of advancing research, education and community engagement, we were able to build on our strengths and further develop our scientific program in support of our overriding goal to offer unique opportunities for new discoveries in preventive health research and to support Concordia University’s strategic research plan. [Read more...]
In 2015, PERFORM appointed Jennifer McGrath, associate professor of psychology at Concordia University, as PERFORM Chair in Childhood Preventive Health and Data Science. [Read more...]
Researchers from the PERFORM Centre and the McGill University Health Centre Lymphedema Clinic have joined forces to advance technological innovation in assessing lymphedema. Through a generous donation from the Dr. Louis G. Johnson Foundation and capital funding support from the PERFORM Centre, the newly formed interdisciplinary team... [Read more...]
Save the date for the 4th annual PERFORM Centre Research Conference on the topic of Physical Exercise and Aging, scheduled to take place on May 19, 2017.
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