The stellar reputation of the Rotman Research Institute
reflects its ability to raise and answer fundamental questions about memory, aging and the neuroscience of cognition. As a premier international centre for the study of human brain function, the institute is helping to illuminate the causes of cognitive decline in seniors, and identify promising approaches to treatment and lifestyle practices that will protect brain health longer in the lifespan.
Baycrest’s Kunin-Lunenfeld Centre for Applied Research & Evaluation (KL-CARE)
serves as a support and services hub focused on working with healthcare professionals, researchers, students, and commercial partners to facilitate and support clinical, applied, and evaluative research.
Through the largest provincial and federal government investment in brain health and aging in Canadian history, the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI)
, led by Baycrest, was established as a solution accelerator to improve the brain health and quality of life for older adults, so that people can age safely in the setting of their choice. CABHI is a first-of-its-kind partnership of healthcare, science, industry and government that provides support to point-of-care workers, researchers, clinicians and companies to develop, test and disseminate novel solutions addressing unmet needs in brain health and seniors' care.
The next generation of scientists are being trained at Baycrest’s Research Training Centre
which aims to provide a coordinated and integrated approach to technical and professional training that supports and promotes research excellence as well as enriches and enhances the experience of trainees.
Outpatient Care and Clinics
Baycrest has clinics focused on the neurological and psychiatric disorders associated with aging. These clinics enable close linkage and interaction of research, education and care.