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Technology and health care for the elderly medical research studies

Our mission: improve care for older Canadians living with frailty.

Mallery Laurie

Laurie Mallery, MD

Dalhousie University

Principal Investigator:

2015 Knowledge Synthesis Grant -- Antidepressant guidelines for long-term care residents with advanced frailty (FRA 2015-A-04)

Dr. Mallery is a Professor of Geriatric Medicine at Dalhousie University, and a physician at the Centre of Health Care for the Elderly, a multi-service institution based out of the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dr. Mallery obtained her BSc in Science from the City University of New York – Hunter Collage, and subsequently obtained her MD from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mallery completed her residency training at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital in Chicago, Illinois and her subspecialty training in Geriatric Medicine at Dalhousie University/Halifax Infirmary Hospital. Her principal research interests are the assessment and treatment of dementia, education, and exercise in older adults. Dr. Mallery co-founded Palliative and Therapeutic Harmonization (PATH) which offers services for older people with serious health conditions, including those who are frail.