Getting Canadians moving, with the help of AI!
App developed by Dr. Abhinav Sharma selected for Healthy Futures Accelerator
Driving Personalized Medicine: The 2020 RI-MUHC Annual Report is online!
An invitation from Dr. Miguel Burnier Jr.
RI-MUHC team identifies new gene associated with risk of cardiovascular diseases
New study analyses millions of genetic variants in almost 300,000 individuals
Dr. Natalie Dayan receives New Investigator Award from the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine
Honouring research that takes women’s heart health to heart!
Serious Flaws in Studies Linking COVID-19 and Air Pollution
Studies have yet to prove this link, say Carleton and McGill University epidemiologists
Inappropriate prescriptions sending hospitalized seniors back to the ER
Improving hospital prescribing practices may reduce risk of rehospitalization and death
The World Brain Death Project: New publication offers significant and unprecedented consensus on the question of when brain death occurs
Dr. Sam Shemie offers a reference standard for practices worldwide
At the heart of precision medicine
New translational collaboration aims to transform approach to heart muscle disease
COVID-19 pandemic: the need for privacy and digital contact tracing
RI-MUHC researcher Abhinav Sharma calls for an approach emphasizing voluntary consent
Results of MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding (Round 2)
RI-MUHC researchers awarded MUHC Foundation funding for a second round of projects with potential impact in a short timeframe
The Pfizer Investigator Training Program comes to the RI-MUHC!
Clinical research educational training program benefits researchers, staff and students at the inaugural event
Sixty-five thousand dollars in start-up funding awarded to RI-MUHC trainees!
Cooperathon Grand Prize winners invent a prototype that could reduce the impact of heart disease worldwide
Pulling out all the stops at the RI-MUHC’s first Open House for prospective trainees
World-renowned researchers. Vibrant learning environment. First-class facilities. If it sounds too good to be true, you weren’t at...
Research shines bright at the MUHC
Congratulations to RI-MUHC researchers who received Foundation awards, scholarships and grants!
The 2019 RI-MUHC Annual Report is online!
Leveraging discovery to improve human health “Across the Lifespan”
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