The Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation’s third Annual Research Day was a success!
The May 14 event organized by the Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) provided an opportunity for trainees from all eight RI-MUHC programs to share their work and discoveries.
Using laser light to study how epilepsy arises in the healthy brain
Scientists at the RI-MUHC have developed a new method to study how seizures arise in the healthy brain.
Three RI-MUHC teams receive funding from the CFI and Government of Quebec
Funding will “provide our researchers with the foundational infrastructure needed to become leading-edge contributors in diverse research fields,” says Martha Crago
Using sleep disorder to predict Parkinson’s disease
Large international study will help select and categorize patients for better clinical trials
Increased depression and suicidal behaviour risk for young cannabis users
New international study reveals percentage of young cannabis users are gambling with risk of depression or suicidal behaviour
Can't sleep? Fruit flies and energy drinks offer new clues
Sleep is an essential behavioural state in animals ranging from invertebrates to humans. It is critical for immune function, stable metabolism...
RI-MUHC students find new ways to bridge gap between schools and research community
Six trainees from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) took up the Cooperathon open innovation...
Safe cannabis pain relief without the “high”
In the wake of cannabis legalization, a team of scientists at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and McGill...
Cannabis and brain development
Dr. Gabriella Gobbi, psychiatrist and researcher from the Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience Program (BRaIN) at...
It’s au revoir, not goodbye, to the RI-MUHC summer students
They may be Montreal high school students, international medical residents, or students at any level in between. Their summer research...