About CAMRIS

CAMRIS is dedicated to the advancement of Appendicular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) through improved methods and tools that allow physicians and researchers to reliably assess and study patients and our understanding of diseases such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

Mission

To promote academic excellence by pursuing innovative research ideas, conducting high quality research studies, fostering multidisciplinary collaborations and facilitating the education and success of students and young investigators.

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Centre for Appendicular MRI Studies

The CORE TEAM

The core CAMRIS team is composed of doctoral and post-doctoral fellows led by Dr. Jonathan D. Adachi and jointly co-supervised by Dr. Alexandra Papaioannou. We specialize here in diagnostic imaging from peripheral MRI and CT technologies with a particular focus on musculoskeletal diseases. 

The TRANSDISCIPLINARY TEAM

CAMRIS also partners with a Trandisciplinary Team from a diverse background to execute novel projects answering questions beyond our areas of expertise. We believe that the interdisciplinary nature of our research drives forward research goals while providing sound evidence-based motivation for future studies. 

 

How to Reach and Find Us

Please address any enquiries to:

 (Tel: 905-527-9100, Fax: 905-521-1297)

CAMRIS is located at:

25 Charlton Avenue East
Suite 612 - Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1Y2

From the 403 (Brantford)

Take highway 403 to Hamilton and exit at the Main Street East exit ramp. Follow Main Street (one-way eastbound) to James Street South (at the 9th set of stoplights). Turn right on James Street South and at the fifth set of stoplights you will see St. Joseph's Hospital on your left. Turn left onto Charlton Ave. Across the street is the Charlton Medical Centre. There is a parking lot at the back of the building just off Hughson St at the next street on the left.


From the QEW (Toronto)

Take Queen Elizabeth Highway to Hamilton/Niagara. At Burlington, merge right onto Highway 403 Hamilton/Brantford. Take 403 to the Main Street East exit. Follow Main Street (one-way eastbound) to James Street South (at the 9th set of stoplights). Turn right on James Street South and at the fifth set of stoplights you will see St. Joseph's Hospital on your left. Turn left onto Charlton Ave. Across the street is the Charlton Medical Centre. There is a parking lot at the back of the building just off Hughson St at the next street on the left.


From the 401 (London)

Take Highway 401 to the Highway 403 Brantford/Hamilton Exit at Woodstock. Take 403 through Brantford to Hamilton. At Hamilton exit at the Main Street East exit ramp. Follow Main Street (one-way eastbound) to James Street South (at the 9th set of stoplights). Turn right on James Street South and at the fifth set of stoplights you will see St. Joseph's Hospital on your left. Turn left onto Charlton Ave. Across the street is the Charlton Medical Centre. There is a parking lot at the back of the building just off Hughson St at the next street on the left.


From the 401 (Kitchen-Waterloo/Guelph)

Take highway 401 to the Highway 6 exit. Turn right onto Highway 6 southbound to Hamilton. Highway 6 merges onto highway 403. Take the merge on the right to 403 Hamilton/Brantford and follow to the Main Street East exit. Follow Main Street (one-way eastbound) to James Street South (at the 9th set of stoplights). Turn right on James Street South and at the fifth set of stoplights you will see St. Joseph's Hospital on your left. Turn left onto Charlton Ave. Across the street is the Charlton Medical Centre. There is a parking lot at the back of the building just off Hughson St at the next street on the left.

 

Additional Parking

3 hour free parking can be found on several of the neighbouring streets including: on Macnab St S between Herkimer St and Duke St, on Duke St between Macnab St S and Park St S and on Park St S between Duke St and Herkimer St. Most of the other streets have 1 hour metered parking.  Be sure to read the parking sign rules carefully!