Welcome to the Human Mobility Research Centre
The Centre is a partnership between Queen’s University and Kingston General Hospital (KGH) and serves as a point of collaboration between the disciplines of medicine, engineering, health sciences, and computer science. HMRC provides shared research space and services for clinicians, orthopaedic surgeons, university faculty, students, and industry.
At HMRC our focus is helping people live fuller, more mobile lives by pioneering the development of innovative and effective treatment strategies for bone and joint disorders caused by arthritis, osteoporosis, injury, and related problems.
Featured Research Project
- Three students honoured by Computing Research Association (CRA)
June 3, 2013
The Computing Research Association (CRA) recently recognized three Queen's students as part of its 2013 Outstanding Undergraduate Research Awards.
Mattea Welch (Cmp'13) received the runner-up prize for the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award (female) while Eric Moult (Sc'13) was named to the shortlist of finalists and Gregory Allan (Cmp'13) received an honourable mention for the male award.
Mr. Allan worked with Professor Randy Ellils, who applies computer technology and biomechanical engineering to improve surgical procedures. He is also the recipient of an NSERC-CREATE scholarship working in conjunction with the Human Mobility Research Centre.
Congratulations to all three students for this honour and achievement!
For more information please see this web page: https://www.queensu.ca/news/articles/three-students-honoured-computing-association
- Congratulations to Dr. Rudan on being a recipient of the South East Patients' Choice Awards
May 23, 2013
Patients in the South East Local Health Integration Network have nominated physicians and a critical care team for the first Patients' Choice Award. The Patients' Choice Award honours health-care professionals who have demonstrated exceptional care within their community.
Dr. John Rudan, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Kingston General Hospital, was on of this year's recipients. Recipients were nominated by their patients for the care they have provided and their commitment to enhancing the patients' overall experience with the health-care system.
Congratulations Dr. Rudan!
- Basic Cell Biology and Histophysiology Course for Engineers - Starts June 6, 2013
June 6, 2013
HMRC - 8 Week Course - Twice a Week
For more information about the
Basic Cell Biology and Histophysiology Course for Engineers
The HMRC Seminar Series has concluded for 2012-2013. We would like to thank all of our speakers from the past year.
The HMRC Seminar Series will resume in September 2013.
We look forward to seeing you then!
Thank you to Lynda Colgan and the Faculty of Education for hosting another wonderful and successful event.