McMaster Innovation Park
Research projects using CLSA data
Mehreen Khan and Marvi Memon, graduates of the Master of Public Service program at the University of Waterloo, presented findings from a project using CLSA data that investigated the motivations of Canadians who return to work post-retirement. This April webinar marked the first public presentation of results from a CLSA-approved project.
Dr. Paul Mick, a B.C. health researcher and head and neck surgeon, and Dr. Kathy Pichora-Fuller, a professor at the University of Toronto,
collaborated with a team of researchers on a project that used CLSA data to explore the association between hearing and social function
indicators. The results were presented at the CLSA May webinar.