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Clinical Innovation Platform at the RI-MUHC announces first member company

Health tech accelerator welcomes AltPAP Innovation to its new state-of-the-art facility

Understanding the psychological trauma related to facial transplantation

Dr. Mirko Gilardino is co-author of study that examines issues around patients’ consent

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

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

Young entrepreneurs with a mission

Injury Repair Recovery Program trainees on top three surgical innovation teams in 2020

Reducing confusion about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

RI-MUHC researchers provide expertise and advice

The Pfizer Investigator Training Program comes to the RI-MUHC!

Clinical research educational training program benefits researchers, staff and students at the inaugural event

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

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”

Dermatology resident building new technologies to transform patient care

RI-MUHC research fellow Sheila Wang receives the Canadian Medical Association Award for Young Leaders (Resident)

Wound care revolution: Put away your rulers and reach for your phone

Monitoring a wound is critical, especially in diabetic patients, whose lack of sensation due to nerve damage can lead to infection of a lesion...