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Western Invests in Multidisciplinary Approach to Bone and Joint Research

With millions of Canadians suffering from pain and reduced mobility, and hundreds of millions more around the world, Western University recently announced a bold investment that will position it as a global leader in bone and joint research. The new Western Cluster of Research Excellence in Musculoskeletal Health is expected to drive high-impact interdisciplinary research with the goal of providing life-long mobility.

The university is investing $5 million to support a team of all-star researchers from across five faculties to provide them with additional personnel, resources and infrastructure to attract, retain and mentor future leaders. Read the media release.