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Trainee achievements

The RI-MUHC is proud to showcase some of its trainees' many achievements. Congratulations to all!

Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award goes to former doctoral student at the RI-MUHC

Dominique Geoffrion is recognized as a young leader creating meaningful change

Congratulations to trainees distinguished in the 2022 RI-MUHC Annual Report!

As research trainees, you have a crucial role in our worldwide network.

Summer Student Research Day returns to the RI-MUHC

A diverse group of young research trainees present their summer projects

A Governor General’s Gold Medal, and more, for Anne-Julie Tessier

Anne-Julie Tessier earned her doctoral degree in the laboratory of RI-MUHC scientist Stéphanie Chevalier

RI-MUHC trainee receives oral presentation prize from Canadian Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research

Doctoral student Wejdan Alenezi proposes new genes to predict ovarian...

RI-MUHC trainee awarded 2022 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

Joan Miguel Romero is investigating T cell−inflammation in pancreatic cancer

RI-MUHC trainee honoured by the American Association for Cancer Research

Yasmine Benslimane is investigating how the female hormone estrogen influences the spread of colon cancer...

Spotlight paper in World Journal of Hepatology: Alshaima Al Hinai

Recognition for former RI-MUHC trainee’s work on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

February 2022 winner of the Relève étoile Jacques-Genest award

Congratulations to Dominique Geoffrion, former doctoral student at the RI-MUHC!

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