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$27.9M to develop novel therapeutics options for patients with cancer

RI-MUHC is part of a Quebec-wide collaborative effort to provide oncology innovation and discovery pipeline

Patient empowerment app Opal wins Prix d'excellence honour

Technology and patient insight at the heart of innovative patient portal developed at the MUHC

Guidelines for managing anaphylaxis in children need an update

New study shows that pre-hospital treatment with epinephrine has the highest protective effect against uncontrolled allergic reaction

Canadian researchers on promising path towards developing flu treatment using lipid target

A team of scientists from the RI-MUHC recently identified a target to “tone down” the hyperactive immunity to influenza infection

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Congratulations to our winners at the 30th Annual RI-MUHC Respiratory Research Day!

On June 3, the Translational Research in Respiratory Diseases Program at the RI-MUHC welcomed their members to the 30th Annual Respiratory Research Day.

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.

Four Quebec pediatric research centres converge to advance research in maternal and child healthcare

The third Quebec-wide conference on maternal and child healthcare, the Congrès provincial de la recherche mère-enfant, took place at the RI-MUHC on May 16 and 17.

Recognizing great ideas at the McGill Clinical Innovation Competition

Congratulations to two winning teams from the RI-MUHC: BetaSense and Antibiotic Sentinel!

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Talking open science with Dr. Nitika Pant Pai

Dr. Nitika Pant Pai answers questions about her work with ScienceOpen and how it can benefit researchers and, ultimately, patients

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