Research Breakfast 10th Annual Spotlight on Research Breakfast is featuring Dr. Hugh Herr, "Leader of the Bionic Age” for his revolutionary work in the emerging field of biomechatronics–technology that marries human physiology with electromechanics. Hugh is the Director of the Biomechatronics research group at the MIT Media Lab – creating bionic limbs that emulate the function of natural limbs. The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital’s annual Symposium will also showcase research and innovations made possible through academic and industry partnerships, including custom designed virtual reality / robotic systems for therapeutic rehabilitation applications that support improved care.Event TicketsRegistration Form
The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation provides financial support to enhance patient care at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital -- the largest freestanding, tertiary rehabilitation hospital in Canada, located in Edmonton, Alberta. The Foundation's work includes fundraising for new capital projects, innovative technology, state-of-the-art equipment, and leading edge rehabilitation research and education. Our donors and corporate sponsors are important partners in these efforts, ultimately helping empower patients and their families to live full and often extraordinary lives.
The Building Trades of Alberta Courage Centre opened in the fall of 2010. This new facility, where rehab and new technologies come together to provide encouraging new ways to rebuild lives, is made possible by many generous donations.
Edmonton seniors, older adults with chronic conditions and individuals with disabilities have a new and expanded home for dental care, thanks to a partnership between the School of Dentistry, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation (GRHF) and Alberta Health Services.
(AHS. Read our news release and backgrounder for additional detail.
The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation gave a lead gift of $75,000 to our Foundation. We then also supported the project while the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital and Alberta Health Services provided operational guidance. An ongoing collaboration with NAIT supports technology and program development for the Centre and the overall hospital, including the “Smash Up Derby” game. Read our news release for complete details and visit http://oilers.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=647088 for live video and images of this celebration.