Explore our Research Studies

The Geras (Geriatric Education and Research in Aging Sciences) Centre for Aging Research has built a reputation for practical research that reaches the frontlines of care quickly and can be implemented across diverse settings.


10-Year Highlights

We are proud of our contributions to the health care system, research excellence and training the next generation of leaders in aging research.


Research Grants


Research Trainees





GERAS DANCE Free Trial & Registration Information

Try GERAS DANCE class on demand today. Click here to start your journey towards improved brain health and mobility!

Team Approach to Preventing Fractures

Dive into our video series on the Fracture Risk Scale (FRS), featuring Dr. Sid Feldman and a team of allied health professionals. This video series is proudly supported by the CIHR Institute of Aging Betty Havens Prize for Knowledge Mobilization in Aging awarded to Dr. Alexandra Papaioannou.

Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals

We are a research centre embedded within Hamilton Health Sciences. In partnership with McMaster University, we have a decades-long track record of making discoveries that change how healthcare is delivered around the world.

Hamilton Health Sciences Centre for Healthy Aging

As leaders in older adults care, our team includes specialists who work together to ensure that we provide the highest-quality, comprehensive care using the best research evidence to help patients engage in what matters most.

McMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA)

Our clinician scientists are active MIRA members conducting ground-breaking research to generate solutions that are practical, readily implemented, and promote aging in place.

Regional Geriatric Program Central (RGPc)

We work in partnership with the RGPc to actively disseminate our educational resources and programs to help meet the needs of older adults and their care partners. 

Fracture Prevention in Long-Term Care

We are dedicated to provide care informed by the best research evidence for healthcare professionals, older adults, and their families to have access to quality information, resources, and clinical support tools about fracture prevention.

Certifications for Healthy Aging

Geras Learn brought to you by the Geras Centre for Aging Research is an online portal and network that currently hosts the Certified GERAS DANCE Instructor course and GERAS@McMaster portal. More courses to be launched in the future.

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