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Researchers report how they were able to identify a previously unknown gene involved in regulating autophagy and skeletal muscle integrity
Designed by MUHC clinicians and researchers, MedSafer is an application that helps reduce drug prescriptions...
Innovative approaches in addressing pandemic threats, antimicrobial resistance, and the microbes that shape human health were supported in...
Fio Vialard’s publication in BMJ Sexually Transmitted Infections will help policymakers customize...
Deeply committed to outreach, Dr. Lebouché is being recognized for conducting patient-oriented...
A message from Deep Saini, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, McGill University
A rare genetic mutation could explain why indigenous children have greatly increased rates of respiratory...
EndoCARES offers state-of-the-art clinical care and will enhance basic, epidemiological and clinical research...
These studies published in Nature demonstrate how big data and artificial intelligence are the future of cancer...
The “father of biochemical genetics in Canada” and epitome of the physician scientist, Dr. Scriver had a long and celebrated history at the RI-MUHC
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Creating real change for children and families: CIHR highlights the CHILD-BRIGHT Network
RI-MUHC researchers have received $7.5 million from the Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Institutes of Health...
The MUHC Foundation honours landmark research toward a cure for COPD
Fiera Capital Awards for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Health Care Research provide critical funding to young...
The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Research Platform at the Montreal General Hospital is an incomparable tool for researchers within and beyond...
A Montreal research team demonstrates how genetic mutations cause brain cell...
Nicole Andersen is recognized by the Canadian Rheumatology Association for work investigating cannabis use in inflammatory arthritis
Findings of a new research study can help ensure that women with endometriosis who conceive spontaneously receive appropriate care
A panel of RI-MUHC women scientists and allies discuss the roles of women in science
RI-MUHC researcher has shed light on genes responsible for human craniofacial syndromes and placental biology
Dr. Rita Suri celebrates World Kidney Day on March 9 as a member of the Executive Committee of Kidney Disease...
Pedal for Kids is one of the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation’s most important fundraising activities and one of the most exciting...
Dana Kablawi is investigating sex differences in the association of HIV with metabolic-fatty liver disease
Leah Flatman’s study aims to evaluate the risk of serious infections in offspring born to mothers with chronic...