A new research study may reduce surgical interventions for baby girls
Work by a team of child health researchers from the RI-MUHC and across Canada provides new insights into treatment for fetal ovarian cysts
Defining pain in children to improve and personalize treatment
The work of RI-MUHC researchers leads to a new treatment protocol
Researchers discover new gene variant causing inherited lung disease in Inuit
The newly discovered gene variant could contribute to high rates of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia in Inuit populations
A genetic mutation found to cause chronic lung disease in indigenous children
A rare genetic mutation could explain why indigenous children have greatly increased rates of respiratory...
MUHC opens Quebec’s first multidisciplinary referral centre for endometriosis
EndoCARES offers state-of-the-art clinical care and will enhance basic, epidemiological and clinical research...
Giving children with brain-based developmental disabilities a voice in research
Creating real change for children and families: CIHR highlights the CHILD-BRIGHT Network
Too much pruning: A new study sheds light on how neurodegeneration occurs in the brain
A Montreal research team demonstrates how genetic mutations cause brain cell...
Endometriosis seems to increase the risk of preeclampsia
Findings of a new research study can help ensure that women with endometriosis who conceive spontaneously receive appropriate care
Picture a Scientist: the RI-MUHC marks International Women’s Day with film screening and discussion
A panel of RI-MUHC women scientists and allies discuss the roles of women in science
Loydie Jerome-Majewska receives the Anne McLaren Award
RI-MUHC researcher has shed light on genes responsible for human craniofacial syndromes and placental biology