- Research Co-op Student, GERAS Centre
“I am grateful to be a part of a team which applies multimodal research to improve the quality of life and promote independence in older adults.”
Alicia is currently in her final year in the Biology and Pharmacology Co-Op Program at McMaster University. She has an interest in physiology and healthcare and has previous experience in gastroenterology with the Farncombe Institute at McMaster. Alicia is primarily involved in the GERAS DANCE study—as a trained dancer herself, she is excited to learn about the benefits of dance for older adults with cognitive and mobility impairments.