Parkwood Institute Research Open House

6:00pm - 8:00pm


You’re invited to the Parkwood Institute Research Open House

Parkwood Institute Research is hosting its 2nd annual Open House with an opportunity to meet research teams working in the areas of Cognitive Vitality and Brain Health, Mobility and Activity, and Mental Health.

Date: Friday, November 30, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Learn more about this vibrant academic health care community in London. A part of St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Parkwood Institute represents the next era in care, recovery and rehabilitation. Across this site, clinical and research teams are collaborating in new ways across disciplines and specialties. 

Parkwood Institute Research groups are conducting studies with the goal of improving care for:

  • Patients recovering from stroke, acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputation;
  • Those with cognitive issues such as dementia and mental illness; and,
  • Patients needing specialized geriatric care, palliative care and veterans care. 

This special open house and interactive tour will give guests the opportunity to meet researchers and their teams to learn more about their innovative and meaningful research. 

This free event is open to the public including members of London’s vibrant health care and research community. 

Researchers from PIR at the 2017 open house


Parkwood Institute
550 Wellington Road South
London, Ontario  N6C 0A7

Various research spaces within the Parkwood Institute Main Building and the Mental Health Care Building. Greeters will be stationed at the entrances of both buildings to guide visitors to the featured spaces. 

Directions and parking maps can be found here.


Please see the detailed site map for the location of the visitor parking lots.
The lot rate is $4.00 when you enter. $1 and $2 coins and credit card accepted (press the start button then insert payment)

Refreshments and snacks will be available along your tour. If you have any questions, please contact

Download the event poster