The Case for Strength

The Case for Strength

This Experience Life article features Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose and discusses how strength training can support overall health as we age. Check it out here!

Walking Has Benefits for Dementia

Walking Has Benefits for Dementia

A recent New York Times piece (by Gretchen Reynolds ) on a paper published by our own Liang Hsu! Read more here!

Congratulations Dr. Cindy Barha!

Congratulations Dr. Cindy Barha!

Dr. Cindy Barha was just awarded a 3-year Alzheimer’s Association Research Fellowship Program (AARF) with joint funding from Brain Canada!

Exercise As the Best Medicine for Your Brain

Exercise As the Best Medicine for Your Brain

We are featured in the LA Times! This article covers the benefits of exercise for brain health. Read more here!

Walking Linked To Improved Brain Function

Walking Linked To Improved Brain Function

This Globe and Mail article discusses one of our studies! Read more about how a moderate-intensity walking program can reduce symptoms of memory decline that are linked to poor blood vessel health in the brain, here!

Strong Body, Strong Mind

Strong Body, Strong Mind

We are featured in Mind over Matter! The article goes over our studies looking at how resistance training can affect cognitive functioning in older adults. Read more here!

‘Dead-simple’ UBC app pushes people to walk for dementia research – and their health

‘Dead-simple’ UBC app pushes people to walk for dementia research – and their health

Another article from CBC! This one covers a study looking at an app that encourages people to get up and walk. Read more here!

Our Lab at AAIC 2016

Our Lab at AAIC 2016

Our Researchers on site at AAIC 2016! (left to right: Glenn Landry and Cindy Barha)

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