Canadian MSK Rehab Research Network Bone and Joint Institute

Advisory Board

Coming Soon


  • provides guidance to enable the Network to achieve its objectives in an efficient and sustainable way
  • is consulted about the overall strategic plan/business case and budget, and general network structure and functions


  • consists of the 5 co-principal investigators (MacDermid, Birmingham, Roy, Robinovitch, Astephen Wilson), 4 international collaborators with expertise in core MSK research and/or technical areas, and 6 members-at-Large representing patients, knowledge users , and partners


  • meets annually or upon request by the Leadership Committee to: 1) help inform the strategic directions and initiatives; 2) provide feedback on the structure/format of key initiatives; 3) evaluate the progress and impact of the network; and 4) inform the network on growth and sustainability.