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Dina Brooks is the vice-dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and executive director of the School of Rehabilitation Science. Dina is an established researcher known for her ​work in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cardiovascular rehabilitation. Her aging research focuses on rehabilitation and aging, specifically the role of exercise and the impact of multimorbidity. Dina is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, a recipient of the Enid Graham Award, and a recipient of a Queen’s Jubilee Medal for her research on lung disease.


  • PhD, University of Toronto

  • MSc, University of Toronto

  • BSc, University of Toronto

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