The Pulse Lab at McMaster recently won several grants for interdisciplinary aging research. Directed by Dr. Paula Gardner, the Pulse Lab contributes collaboration methods and frailty-informed, critical co-design methods to the projects.
Congratulations to Dr. Gardner, her team at the Pulse Lab, and their collaborators for being awarded the following grants as part of a trans-faculty collaboration on aging research:
NSERC create program $750,000 for an interdisciplinary aging training program
Labarge Centre for Mobility in Aging COVID-19 grant $25,000 for a longitudinal tele-survey to investigate mobility and participation among older Hamiltonians during COVID-19
AGE-WELL’s Core Research Program (CRP) 2020 Catalyst Grant $600,000 for a mobility self-monitoring tool for older adults and their caregivers
The Labarge Centre for Mobility in Aging (LCMA) within the McMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA) $1,000,000 for technological approaches for advancing the assessment of early mobility limitation in older Canadians.
The Pulse Lab is driven by feminist, intersectional and anti-oppression approaches and participatory action methods. Pulse Lab intervenes in the politics of digital access to foster digital literacy and digital inclusion.
Read more about the Pulse Lab here: https://pulselab.humanities.mcmaster.ca/