Faculty of Health Sciences

Centres & Facilities

The Faculty of Health Sciences is home to a vibrant culture of research and innovation. Three research centres operate out of FHS and help achieve a mission of improving human health around the globe. In addition, the Qualitative Research Lab and the Health Promotion Lab are joint research spaces that enhance the ability of researchers to collaborate and push the boundaries of discovery.

Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging

Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging

The Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (CCAA) is Canada’s leader in current research and program development for improved physical ability and healthy aging for older adults. Learn More


International Centre for Olympic Studies

International Centre for Olympic Studies

The International Centre for Olympic Studies was the first of its kind in the world and focuses on the socio-cultural study of the Olympic Games and Olympic Movement. Learn More


National Centre for Audiology

National Centre for Audiology

The NCA is dedicated to advancing research and treatment in the area of hearing loss and hearing science. Hearing loss affects more than 10% of the population in Canada. Learn More


Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion

Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion

CRHESi is an interdisciplinary, collaborative initiative led jointly by the Faculty of Health Sciences and the London InterCommunity Health Centre, dedicated to igniting social action and political change. Learn More


Health Promotion

Health Promotion Lab

This shared research space. located in the Arthur and Sonia Labatt Health Sciences Building (Room 417), is intended to heighten research activity and outcomes among FHS faculty members engaged in health promotion research.


Qualitative Research

Qualitative Research Lab

The Qualitative Research Lab (Room 2534 Elborn College) is a collaborative research space outfitted to enhance the capabilities of FHS faculty members utilizing interview-based research methodologies.