ARC-NL supports research on a variety of topics related to aging across Newfoundland and Labrador.
Currently, there are meeting and research spaces available in Corner Brook, St. John's, Grand Falls-Windsor, and North-West River that are available to members. To learn about becoming a member of Aging Research Centre-Newfoundland and Labrador
NEW! Join ARC-NL Research Chair Dr. Benjamin Zendel for a guided tour of the ARC-NL and CAAN labs!
ARC-NL Laboratory, Grenfell Campus (AS121)
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This 47m2 (500 sq. ft) space includes a 32-channel BioSemi Electroencephalography (EEG) system, double-walled, electrically shielded sound-attenuating booth, audiometer, speakers, earphones and headphones. The research space can be used to conduct perceptual or cognitive neuroscientific studies, or can be used a quiet space to conduct private interviews. In addition to this research space, there are a number of work spaces for trainees or visiting members. Please contact
email@example.com to book this research space.
VP Board Room, Grenfell Campus (FC4025a)
The VP Board Room is available for meetings and can accommodate up to 12 people. The Board Room is equipped with internet, Wi-Fi, telephone, and Polycom video-conferencing. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve this room, and
email@example.com to set up a videoconference meeting in this room.
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This 93m2 (1000sq. ft) space includes a 128-channel BioSemi EEG system, double-walled electrically shielded sound-attenuating booth, a Tucker-Davis real time sound processor, MIDI compatible musical instruments, audiometer, speakers, earphones, and headphones. The space is designed for auditory perceptual research, but can also be used to conduct other perceptual/cognitive neuroscientific studies, or can be used as a quiet space to conduct private interviews. In addition to the laboratory space, there are high powered computing workstations available for data analysis, and work spaces for trainees or visiting researchers. For more information please visit:
NLCAHR Board Room, 95 Bonaventure Avenue, Suite 300
The NLCAHR Board Room is available for meetings and can accommodate up to 25 people The NLCAHR Board Room is equipped with internet, Wi-Fi, telephone, and Polycom video-conferencing. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve this room.
North West River
The Labrador Campus Research Station is part of the Labrador Campus of Memorial University, a leading centre of research, outreach and education, by and for the North. The Labrador Campus Research Station includes multi-purpose space used for employee offices, an archaeology collections room, physical science laboratories (a prep (wet) lab, an analytical lab and a geological sample prep lab), a shared research space, accommodations space with a full kitchen and dining area, a large common room, short-term storage space and field equipment for rent and loan. Internet, Wi-Fi, telephones and a boardroom with video-conferencing capabilities are also available at the research station.