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The Future Of Rehab Research

 

Our iDAPT Centre for Rehabilitation Research is a unique network of cutting-edge labs, workshops and other research spaces. Here, researchers cultivate and test ideas in a real-life setting and deliver practical new therapies and products.
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Introducing driverlab

 

Discover DriverLab – an underground, state-of-the-art research simulator, designed to study the impact of our health on driving performance, with an aim to increase​ driver safety in healthy older adults and people living with​ injury or illness. Learn more about DriverLab »​​​​​​​​​​

 ABOUT OUR RESEARCH

​Toronto Rehab research is all about maximizing life for people experiencing the effects of disability, illness and aging. Our scientists and trainees conduct research in 9 broad areas, making us one of the most comprehensive rehab research programs anywhere. Find out more about our research »​

 COMMERCIALIZATION

We believe it's important to turn our discoveries into action and our ideas into marketable products so that people can benefit. Our collaborations with the private sector are producing meaningful innovations and products, including medical devices and advanced home care products, and improving the deliver​y of health care for physicians and their patients. Learn more about commercialization » ​​

 NEWS & EVENTS

​Learn about our researchers’ latest discoveries and an upcoming research-related event hosted by Toronto Rehab.

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 Research Videos

Watch our videos and read the accompanying reports to find out how we are revolutionizing rehabilitation with state-of-the-art labs and groundbreaking findings.

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 Scientists

Our researchers are leaders in the field of rehabilitation science. They have a mix of academic, clinical and technical experience.
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 Research at UHN

As Canada’s largest research hospital, UHN has a proud history of innovative research and important discoveries. Learn about the full scope of our research »

 Support Research

Toronto Rehab Foundation supports our expanding research expertise and facilities, helping us to find treatments and assistive technologies to improve lives.
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