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Results of MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding (Round 2)

RI-MUHC researchers awarded MUHC Foundation funding for a second round of projects with potential impact in a short timeframe

COVID-19 Q&A: Tina Montreuil on helping children cope with anxiety

“It is not only what you say that matters, but what you do”

We Care About Rare!

Researchers, advocates and patients gather on Rare Disease Research Day at the RI-MUHC

Largest synthesis of known protein-protein interactions published in the journal Nature

RI-MUHC researchers on international team that produced the blueprint

Reducing confusion about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

RI-MUHC researchers provide expertise and advice

Bernard Robaire honoured by Society for the Study of Reproduction

The Jansen Award recognizes unselfish service and leadership

Bridging the gap between AI and the clinic

Open source app helps predict brain tumour malignancy and patient survival

Pediatric researchers in Montreal unite to tackle infection and immunity on two different fronts

Two inter-institutional teams start research projects to address rare immune diseases and antibiotic overuse

Study finds psychiatric disorders and suicide attempts substantially higher in adolescents and emerging adults with diabetes

Becoming an adult is not easy, but dealing with type 1 diabetes adds another layer of complexity, RI-MUHC researchers show

The Pfizer Investigator Training Program comes to the RI-MUHC!

Clinical research educational training program benefits researchers, staff and students at the inaugural event

Reaching beyond the hallowed halls of academe

“With science under attack, scientists have little choice but to step into the limelight and fight for what matters most” – Dr. Madhukar Pai

Brain cancer: An intelligent molecule to fool and kill glioblastoma cells

An RI-MUHC research team is working to extend lives of patients with an incurable cancer

RI-MUHC-led study aims to help adolescents with type 1 diabetes transition to adult care

Group education visits offer peer support as well as interventions by nurses, MDs and dieticians

$1M for Dr. Catherine Goudie, clinician-researcher at the RI-MUHC

The TD Bank grant will revolutionize the detection of hereditary cancers in young people with an innovative mobile application

An historic alliance that saved thousands of children in Quebec!

Fiftieth anniversary of the collaboration between Mr. H. Arnold Steinberg and Dr. Charles Scriver

Cellular origins of pediatric brain tumours identified

Research team from the Lady Davis Institute, RI-MUHC and SickKids uses new technologies to “interrogate” tumour cells

Rare respiratory diseases: Combining immunology and respiratory expertise for children and adults

The RI-MUHC is one of eight research centres participating in an NIH-funded project to accelerate the understanding of rare suppurative respiratory diseases and innovate in the field

Pulling out all the stops at the RI-MUHC’s first Open House for prospective trainees

World-renowned researchers. Vibrant learning environment. First-class facilities. If it sounds too good to be true, you weren’t at the Open House!

CHILD-BRIGHT’s 2018-19 Report to Community is now online

Building a community that supports patient-oriented research

Research shines bright at the MUHC

Congratulations to RI-MUHC researchers who received Foundation awards, scholarships and grants!

The 2019 RI-MUHC Annual Report is online!

Leveraging discovery to improve human health “Across the Lifespan”

The MUHC teams up with LSU Health New Orleans to advance Usher Syndrome antisense therapy research

Researchers collaborate to treat vision loss linked to Usher thanks to a 1.74 million USD grant from the National Institutes of Health

Pediatric neurologist dedicates her career to leukodystrophies

Geneviève Bernard, MD, FRCPC, is this year’s recipient of the Prix d’excellence – Specialist of the Year award for Region 4

Dr. Daniel Dufort receives the Pfizer Research Award of Excellence from the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation

Link between the Nodal gene and premature delivery may help develop therapies that allow more women to go full term in their pregnancies
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