New funding to support Canadian veterans and their families
RI-MUHC research project will examine the mental health needs of women veterans
IDIGH Program gathers at the Glen site for seventh annual research day
Researchers and trainees from the Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program at the RI-MUHC enjoyed a stimulating day...
Medical cannabis a valuable option for cancer pain relief
A new study conducted at the RI-MUHC suggests that, as a complementary therapy for cancer patients, medical cannabis could be used safely...
MedSafer wins First Jury Prize in Acfas Génies en affaires competition
Designed by MUHC clinicians and researchers, MedSafer is an application that helps reduce drug prescriptions...
Equitable diagnosis for chlamydia and gonorrhea screening worldwide is the aim of one RI-MUHC trainee
Fio Vialard’s publication in BMJ Sexually Transmitted Infections will help policymakers customize...
Bertrand Lebouché wins the CAHR-CANFAR Excellence in Research Award
Deeply committed to outreach, Dr. Lebouché is being recognized for conducting patient-oriented...
Giving children with brain-based developmental disabilities a voice in research
Creating real change for children and families: CIHR highlights the CHILD-BRIGHT Network
Dr. Ben Smith and team win the 2023 RI-MUHC Trottier Webster Innovation award
The MUHC Foundation honours landmark research toward a cure for COPD
Fiera Capital and the MUHC Foundation announce the winners of new awards
Fiera Capital Awards for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Health Care Research provide critical funding to young...
RI-MUHC trainee wins national award for work on cannabis use and arthritis
Nicole Andersen is recognized by the Canadian Rheumatology Association for work investigating cannabis use in inflammatory arthritis