Centre for interdisciplinary research in rehabilitation of Greater Montreal



Biomedical research
Bonnie Swaine


Psychosocial research
Eva Kehayia



2275, rue Laurier Est, local 214
Montréal (Québec)
H2H 2N8 
514 527-4527



Research areas : 2

Researchers : 62

The CRIR is co-financed with the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FRQSC).


CRIR's mission is "to contribute comprehensively to the autonomy and social integration of persons with physical disabilities, through basic research, clinical epidemiological, evaluative and applied research, in both the biomedical and psychosocial domains". This encompasses a holistic vision combining biomedical and psychosocial perspectives of rehabilitation, with the goal of improving the autonomy and social integration of persons with physical deficits".

Research areas Research themes

Sensory, locomotor, cognitive activities and functions

Principal investigator:
Anouk Lamontagne

  • Functional mechanisms
  • Physical and cognitive activities

Community participation, social inclusion and rehabilitation services

Principal investigator:
Guylaine Le Dorze

  • Interpersonal relationship and technical assistance, lifestyles, community, social and civic life
  • Services, organization and policy

*The mission comes from the centre's website.