RI-MUHC Annual Report

THE RI-MUHC IN NUMBERS: 2020-2021

472 active members, including fundamental, clinical and evaluative researchers
472
active members,
including fundamental,
clinical and evaluative
researchers
1,298 research trainees, including 425 M.Sc. and 497 PhD candidates, 226 postdocs and 150 clinical research fellows
1,298
research trainees,
including 425 M.Sc. and
497  PhD candidates,
226  postdocs and 150
clinical research fellows
1,271 staff in research and administration
1,271
staff in research
and administration
Over 2,100 peer-reviewed scientific publications
Over 2,100
peer-reviewed scientific
publications
Over 2,000 scientific talks given by our researchers worldwide
Over 2,000
scientific talks given by our
researchers worldwide
32,748 square metres of research space
32,748
square metres of
research space
419 research contracts and 761 agreements signed
419
research contracts and
761  agreements signed
Ongoing research collaborations with 68 countries
Ongoing research
collaborations with
68  countries

ABOUT THIS REPORT

Statistics
Represent fiscal year 2021 (April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021), unless indicated otherwise
Research funds
Grants, contracts (including indirect costs), studentships, salary awards from peer-reviewed agencies and funding from university and hospital foundations
Administered at either the RI-MUHC or McGill University, for RI-MUHC researchers
Researchers
Individuals conducting active and independent research, who have received at least $5,000 in research funding during the fiscal year
Staff
Administrative and research staff based at MUHC locations
Publications
Selected from July 2020 to May 2021
Counts
Active researchers are counted as of May 2021
Research trainees are counted as of July 2021
Staff are counted as of March 2021. Excludes researchers and trainees as well as staff located at the Montreal Neurological Institute and McGill Campus.
Images
The RI-MUHC respects public health guidelines to reduce transmission of COVID-19. Some images in this report were taken prior to the pandemic.