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Dr. David Rosenblatt to receive Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. David Rosenblatt, Holder, Dodd Q. Chu and Family Chair in Medical Genetics and Professor, Departments of Human Genetics, Medicine...
As harmful as dehydration?
We are all familiar with the drawbacks of dehydration, but we rarely hear about the harmful effects of overhydration. It is known...
Beyond Killing Tuberculosis
Historically, our view of host defense against infection was that we must eliminate pathogens to eradicate disease. However, this perspective...
Extraordinary $15-million gift will create unique powerhouse initiative to fight infections
A $15-million gift from the visionary Montreal-based Doggone Foundation will launch the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and...
Major funding awarded to RI-MUHC scientists for innovative genomics geared to Quebec patients
Pioneering work to advance genomics and precision health treatments at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre...
Low-Income HIV Patients Suffer with Healthcare Access
Quebecers do not have equal access to anti-retroviral treatment (ART) for HIV and AIDS, a long-term study undertaken by a team from...
Like babies, eggs send signals when hungry
In humans and other mammals, the female reproductive cells – the eggs or oocytes – need nourishment in order to grow and remain fertile...
Pancreatic cancer research: personalized approach brings new hope to patients
Few early detection tests, undetectable symptoms, limited treatment options and no known biomarkers that can be used to direct...
Meet RIPK3: Good Cop, Bad Cop, all in one
Each year, influenza kills half a million people globally with the elderly and very young most often the victims. In fact, the Centers for...
Epigenetic alteration of a vitamin B12 processing gene shines new light on our understanding of rare diseases
Rare hereditary recessive diseases were thought to be expressed in offspring only when both parents carry a mutation in the...