Results of an international clinical trial confirm the efficiency of an immunotherapy treatment for early stage non-small cell lung cancer
Location: Hybrid – Virtual and In Person
Whole workflow for flow cytometry and singe cell RNA sequencing
The launch of the Centre for Applied Nanomedicine at the RI-MUHC opens an ecosystem of possibilities to the research community
RI-MUHC researchers and trainees collaborate on four winning teams
Wesal Elgretli’s M.Sc. project underlines the importance of addressing liver disease simultaneously with HCV infection
The RI-MUHC joins the commemoration of the Pride month, an opportunity to understand the realities of LGBTQIA2S+...
Partnerships between NMX Research and Solutions, the RI-MUHC...
Biological ‘Nanosphere’ – Biomedical Implications in Cancer and Beyond
Discovering drug leads and chemical biology tools by practical NMR strategies
Work by a team of child health researchers from the RI-MUHC and across Canada provides new insights into treatment for fetal ovarian cysts
Brain-based definition of death becomes the central concept of the new Canadian guidelines
Diego Herrera(Chair)Myriam BeauchampJulia BurnierBrett BursteinAnnabel Wing-Yan FanJini JohnAlexandra KindratIrina KudrinaLisandra LannesHaideeSmith LefebvreDavid LessardAugusto MontezanoNitika...
Profiles, EDI Advisory CommitteeDiego Herrera, Chair (he/him)Diego Herrera, PhD, is the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Specialist at...
EDI Advisory Committee
RI-MUHC research project will examine the mental health needs of women veterans
Understanding and developing better treatments for glomerular disease is the life’s work of this RI-MUHC researcher
Researchers and trainees from the Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program at the RI-MUHC enjoyed a stimulating day...
The work of RI-MUHC researchers leads to a new treatment protocol
On June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day, the McGill University Health Centre, in collaboration with School of Population and Global Health at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of...
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RI-MUHC and McGill researchers join forces against a major global threat to human health
A new study conducted at the RI-MUHC suggests that, as a complementary therapy for cancer patients, medical cannabis could be used safely...
The newly discovered gene variant could contribute to high rates of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia in Inuit populations
Researchers report how they were able to identify a previously unknown gene involved in regulating autophagy and skeletal muscle integrity
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