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A clinical trial run by Sergio Burgos’s research team and colleagues at the RI-MUHC seeks to learn more about the impact of dairy products on...
On November 11, let us remember and honour those who have served and sacrificed to protect the lives and freedoms we enjoy today.
The Excellence in Leadership Award was presented for his exemplary commitment, benefitting Canadian organ transplant patients
A new study from RI-MUHC researchers finds that synaptic connections in the brain can produce their own proteins in response to periods of high demand
An invitation from Dr. Rhian Touyz
The prize, given by Jacob’s Ladder, the Canadian Foundation for Control of Neurodegenerative Disease...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023CONNECTED FOR DISCOVERY: HOW TEAM SCIENCE RAISES THE BARBuilding connections for team science creates a...
Unexpected research findings shed a new light on the connection between fathers’ mental health and children’s...
IDIGH Program Seminar Series
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...
Each year, the United Nations promotes the International Day of People with Disabilities, to mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being...
Researchers and trainees learn from the experts in an interactive half-day event
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWTRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN RESPIRATORY DISEASES (RESP) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSBen Smith, MD, Jun...
A new RI-MUHC research study identifies the role of neutrophil extracellular traps in promoting cancer metastasis to the lymph nodes
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWMETABOLIC DISORDERS AND COMPLICATIONS (MeDiC) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSThe German-Canadian...
Overscienced & underfunded: How to Spin-out your Breakthrough Scientific Ideas and Discoveries and Go from Scientist...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWINFECTIOUS DISEASES AND IMMUNITY IN GLOBAL HEALTH (IDIGH) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSTop row:...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWINJURY REPAIR RECOVERY (IRR) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSLeft to right: Julio Fiore Jr., PhD,...
Osteoporosis Canada recognizes the RI-MUHC researcher as “a champion of the osteoporosis cause”
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWCANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM (CRP)RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSJulia Burnier, PhD, is conducting research on...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWCARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH ACROSS THE LIFESPAN (CHAL) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSLeft to right: Thao...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWCHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (CHHD) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSExpanding into Phase 2, the...
RI-MUHC ANNUAL REPORT 2023YEAR IN REVIEWBRAIN REPAIR AND INTEGRATIVE NEUROSCIENCE (BRaIN) PROGRAMRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSLeft to right:...
The unexpected twists and turns of the proprotein convertases and their implications in major pathologies.
The Desjardins Centre for Advanced Training shares recent successes in its new annual report