Panel discussion at the RI-MUHC marks International Day of People Living with Disabilities
Experts and advocates joined the RI-MUHC community to discuss integrating people with disabilities into work...
RI-MUHC trainee wins best presentation award at the 2022 Congrès provincial de la recherche Mère-Enfant
Doctoral student Wajih Jawhar demonstrates that epigenetic...
Liquid biopsy research: a generous boost to help children with cancer
A Montreal research team, headed by the eminent Janusz Rak, PhD, continues to lead the way to the “next frontier” in pediatric cancer screening, diagnosis...
Canada's Top 40 Research Hospitals: three years in the top 3!
Thanks to RI-MUHC researchers, trainees and staff, the MUHC maintains its leadership position in the Canadian research ecosystem
Former RI-MUHC trainee wins L’Oréal-Unesco science award
Omani researcher Maha al-Riyami, PhD, studies underlying causes of type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases
RI-MUHC trainee wins best presentation award at Congrès provincial de la recherche Mère-Enfant
Marissa Fazio’s M.Sc. project aims to prevent health-care-associated...
Researchers discover how brain cells may be hardwired for vulnerability to deadly childhood brain tumour
A clearer understanding of how brain tumours originate during brain development is paving the way for improved therapies against pediatric high-grade gliomas, the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children and young adults.
Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award goes to former doctoral student at the RI-MUHC
Dominique Geoffrion is recognized as a young leader creating meaningful change
Togas Tulandi receives Lifetime Achievement Award from CanSAGE
Clinician and investigator, Dr. Tulandi specializes in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery
The 2022 RI-MUHC Annual Report is online!
An invitation from Dr. Rhian Touyz