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MeDiC Program Seminar (September 10, 2020)

Topic: Does Obesity Metastasize to the Brain?
Speaker: Roger McIntyre, MD, FRCPC

CORE Seminar series 1: Innovation & Methods (September 23, 2020)

Topic: Challenges with Analyzing Complex Outcomes: The Story of Successful Aging in People Living with HIV
Presenter: Nancy E. Mayo, PhD

Seminar Series: BRaIN Research Program (September 16, 2020)

Topic: High-dimensional, high-resolution individualized functional mapping of the human brain
Speaker: Dr. Jack L. Gallant

Old drug, new therapy: RI-MUHC-sponsored phase III clinical trial ready to test repurposed dapsone to tone down lung inflammation caused by COVID-19

Reformulated and patented version of well-known generic drug could prove to be a quick, safe and cost-effective way to accelerate recovery and prevent hospitalizations

Serious Flaws in Studies Linking COVID-19 and Air Pollution

Studies have yet to prove this link, say Carleton and McGill University epidemiologists

Online Coopérathon Information Session (September 15, 2020)

McGill Engine and The Desjardins Centre for Advanced Training are pleased to host an information session for those who want to learn more about...

ResearchMatch brings researchers together

Sixteen new matches made, eight projects funded: life sciences researchers meet data scientists

COVID-19 Q&A on dealing with pandemic fatigue

“We need to strike a balance and take our anxiety down from an unhealthy to a manageable level,” says researcher Jason Harley

Pedal for Kids (August 31 - September 15, 2020)

Do you enjoy riding your bike? Join the Pedal for Kids cyclist club.

New cutting-edge cardiac MRI machine at the Glen site is a boon to patients and heart research!

The MUHC received the 3T GE SIGNA™ Premier, a flagship GE Medical Systems Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (MR) machine, on Saturday, September 21, 2019

RI-MUHC researcher leads development of new guidelines for treatment of gastrointestinal bleeding

Better guidelines for patients with gastrointestinal bleeding could reduce pressures in the ER

Inappropriate prescriptions sending hospitalized seniors back to the ER

Improving hospital prescribing practices may reduce risk of rehospitalization and death

Reaching beyond the hallowed halls of academe

“With science under attack, scientists have little choice but to step into the limelight and fight for what matters most” – Dr. Madhukar Pai

Canada Research Chairs Program announces new and renewed chairs

Congratulations to five RI-MUHC researchers!

CANADA RESEARCH CHAIRS – FALL 2020

CANADA RESEARCH CHAIRS – FALL 2020

Rare respiratory diseases: Combining immunology and respiratory expertise for children and adults

The RI-MUHC is one of eight research centres participating in an NIH-funded project to accelerate the understanding of rare suppurative respiratory diseases...