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CHAL Program News

We are proud to celebrate the scientific achievements of our researchers and trainees in publications, grant competitions, honors and awards, and appointments, as well as in the mainstream press.

New Quebec study evaluates long-term complications of COVID-19

RI-MUHC researcher Thao Huynh has been awarded a grant from Pfizer to conduct the IMPACT QUEBEC COVID-19 Long Haul Study

RI-MUHC success in grant competition for transplantation research

Researchers awarded funds from the Canadian Donation and Transplantation Research Program for...

Dr. Jonathan Afilalo wins Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researchers

Fundamentally changing how cardiologists approach older patients

Top prizes to RI-MUHC researchers and trainees at McGill Clinical Innovation Competition

Mobile application EczemaQ wins the Hakim Family Innovation Prize. Remote Optical and Nura Medical were...

FALL 2020 CIHR COMPETITION RESULTS

RI-MUHC teams received $6.9 million in project funding and $2 million more for COVID-19 research

When is dead really dead?

Dr. Sam Shemie leads the death prediction and physiology after removal of therapy study (DePPaRT study)

Overcoming vaccine hesitancy

Our best hope of charting a course to a post-pandemic world

Getting Canadians moving, with the help of AI!

App developed by Dr. Abhinav Sharma selected for Healthy Futures Accelerator

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