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An innovative new unit at the RI-MUHC supports health researchers in launching and conducting impactful clinical trials
A new study shows that people living in the Inuit region of Nunavik in northern Quebec die earlier after a diagnosis...
Our researchers will lead three new thematic networks whose funding was announced this week
Eighty-four graduate students from across Canada will share over $2 million in studentship and fellowship...
A new study indicates that COVID-19 self-tests effectively identify non-infected individuals as well people with high viral loads and high infectiousness
As we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, the RI-MUHC congratulates one of...
Their highly cited publication in the New England Journal of Medicine describes the unique clinical presentation of mpox
Students’ success at Vascular 2023 conference reflects RI-MUHC researcher’s influence
RI-MUHC scientist leads study linking bacterial infection with moderate but significant increase in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in older adults
In her new position, Dr. Marelli will advance research and training...
New study provides unique data on tuberculosis infection rates among foreign-born Canadian residents and citizens
A recent study used direct oral testing to determine whether reactions to antibiotics are actually allergic
A new study shows that when gestational diabetes or hypertension recur, cardiovascular risks rocket
The RI-MUHC researcher will receive the 2024 CIHR-ICRH/CTS Distinguished...
The CanCOLD study, hosted at the RI-MUHC, is one of the most valuable resources in the world to support research on the causes and burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Statistical analysis by an RI-MUHC team confirms the validity of hospital diagnostic codes in identifying SARS-CoV-2 infection
The mission of the Prix Profession Santé is to promote the values of teamwork...
Researchers from the Montreal Children’s Hospital participated in a study that tested new devices...
Developing healthy activities for older adults and people with mobility challenges is the focus of research for Nancy Mayo and her team
An invitation from Dr. Rhian Touyz
Unexpected research findings shed a new light on the connection between fathers’ mental health and children’s...
Since 2003, the CCC study led by the RI-MUHC’s Dr. Marina Klein has been working to improve care and outcomes for people living with both HIV...
Osteoporosis Canada recognizes the RI-MUHC researcher as “a champion of the osteoporosis cause”
Researchers at the RI-MUHC receive support from the Montreal General Hospital Foundation and the Cedars Cancer Foundation