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angle-left Research excellence was on display at the fifth Annual Child Health Research Day

Five prizes awarded to RI-MUHC trainees for outstanding research excellence

June 17, 2019

Source: RI-MUHC. The fifth Annual Child Health Research Day was held at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) on June 10. 

Drawing some 70 participants, the event featured oral and poster presentations by trainees  mentored by RI-MUHC researchers engaged in child health research, including members of the Child Health and Human Development Program

Thanks to the continued support of the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation, five prizes were awarded to our research trainees for outstanding research excellence. Congratulations to the winners in the following categories! 

Prize winners at the fifth Annual Child Health Research Day held on June 10, 2019, at the Research Institute of the MUHC

Oral Presentations

Reem Masarwa (Supervisors: Robert Platt/Kristian Filion)
Acetaminophen use during pregnancy and the risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): A causal association or confounding and bias?

Noémie Pothier (Supervisor: Julia von Oettingen)
Safety and Efficacy of Subcutaneous Insulin for Treatment of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Children-A Systematic Review

Poster Presentations

Adrienne Crampton (Supervisor: Isabelle Gagnon)
Observing saccadic and anti-saccadic function following mTBI using Novel Technology: A pilot study

Marie-Julie Allard (Supervisor: Guillaume Sébire)
Placental infection by Group B Streptococcus induces sex-specific maternofetal inflammatory responses associated with autistic-like behaviors in males

Amanda Baumholtz (Supervisor: Aimee Ryan
Using C-CPE as a tool to transiently disrupt the blood-testis barrier and improve spermatogonial stem cell engraftment efficiency

Participants in the fifth Annual Child Health Research Day held on June 10, 2019, at the Research Institute of the MUHC
 

The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation