Dr. Teresa Bennett and the Offord Centre for Child Studies: Making the Race FairNovember 18, 2016
We are proud to have the Offord Centre’s very own Dr. Terry Bennett profiled by Hamilton Health Sciences Research Administration, which features researchers and projects that are tackling real-life, close-to-home Hamilton issues and having a positive effect on our patients, families and our community. Along with a team of clinicians, researchers and trainees at McMaster Children’s…
Study Aims to Crack Autism CodeNovember 3, 2016
The Genetics of ASD project that is locally lead by Offord Centre member Marc Woodbury-Smith was recently featured on CBC’s The National with Peter Mansbridge. The segment features the MSSNG project, an international collaboration lead by Steve Scherer at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. More information can be found about the MSSNG project here….
MIP 10th anniversary celebrationOctober 21, 2016
Last night McMaster Innovation Park had its 10th anniversary bash, and as one of the tenants in the building, the Offord Centre had a table set up to tell people about who we are and the research we do. A great time was had by all! Thanks to everybody who came by to learn…
Making the race fair for children at riskSeptember 8, 2016
Congratulations to Principal Investigator Dr. Terry Bennett for being awarded the RBC – Brain Canada Research Partnership in Mental Health Services for Children & Youuth MIRI Grant!
Bidding adieu to our summer studentsAugust 17, 2016
We are bidding a fond farewell to the students who have been working at the Offord Centre this summer.
We are pleased to announce our new Director!July 18, 2016
We are very pleased to announce that following a recent search, Ellen Lipman has accepted the position of Director of the Offord Centre for Child Studies, following Michael Boyle who stepped down on June 30th, 2016.
Children and Adolescents with Multiple Health Conditions: How Research is Improving their LivesMay 6, 2016
Research on the health of young people with multimorbidity is very important and can benefit children and adolescents with multiple health conditions by Jessica Zelman, Research Coordinator at McMaster University and the Offord Centre for Child Studies.
The POND Network Featured in the Globe and MailApril 25, 2016
Recently, the Globe and Mail featured the Province of Ontario Neurodevelopmental Disorders (POND) Network in an article about ADHD, OCD and autism. This trailblazing project, which is sponsored by the provincially funded Ontario Brain Institute, examines the brain development in children with neurodevelopmental disorders in order to better understand the biology of these disorders. Stelios Georgiades, an associate member of McMaster University’s…
Offord Centre Supporting World Autism Awareness DayMarch 4, 2016
This year, the Offord Centre is supporting World Autism Awareness Day with a Family Carnival! The carnival will be held at the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board building (across from Limeridge Mall) at 20 Education Court in Hamilton, Ontario on Saturday, April 2, 2016! While admission is free, attendees are encouraged to make donations to Autism Ontario at…
Introducing the EDI and the Early Years videoMarch 4, 2016
The Offord Centre’s Early Development Instrument (EDI) is proud to release a new video highlighting the EDI and the importance of the early years.