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Nada Jabado receives reward for outstanding leadership from the Pediatric Chairs of Canada

Revolutionary research findings honoured, as well as passion and compassion in research and patient care

Two awards for a Canadian postdoc at meeting that sets the gold standard of HIV science

RI-MUHC trainee Stéphane Isnard honoured for his research on gut permeability in HIV

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

Dr. Donald Sheppard honoured at the McGill Alumni Association’s annual Honours and Awards banquet

The David Johnston Faculty & Staff Award recognizes his leadership in research efforts to tackle grand challenges in infections and immunity

Harnessing the body’s power in fight against cancer

Immunotherapy has provided lung cancer patients with real hope of recovery

Team from RI-MUHC and Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute “follow a gut feeling” and discover a new stem cell

The human body has a remarkable ability to repair and renew itself. However, as we all know, our regenerative capacity quickly dwindles once we reach adulthood.

The unanticipated early origins of childhood brain cancer

Canadian researchers identify earliest traces of brain cancer long before the disease becomes symptomatic

A medical puzzle solved

With colleagues from the RI-MUHC and McGill University, Dr. Nada Jabado discovered a rare genetic mutation in a pair of patients who are brother and sister.

Anti-TB drugs can increase risk of TB re-infection

Treatment leads to changes in gut microbiota, compromising immunity

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.

RI-MUHC researcher to receive new funding from GlycoNet

Dr. Don Sheppard`s project in collaboration with The Hospital for Sick Children aims to improve the health of Canadians while generating positive economic outcomes

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

A second case of HIV remission

RI-MUHC researchers consulted on implications for HIV research

International team of scientists detect cause of rare pediatric brain disorder

RI-MUHC pediatric researcher joins efforts with scientists from the Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine to discover new mutation

Viral communications hacking boosts Leishmania infections

New study sheds light on viral biology, could lead to efficient vaccines against a tropical disease

Shared genetic marker offers new promise in targeting specific ovarian and lung cancers

Two new papers offer promise that a drug currently used to treat estrogen positive breast cancer may be effective in treating two different types of cancer

A hide-out for viruses in the testicles

RI-MUHC team leads an innovative study using testicular tissue to unlock the secrets of the immune system...

Quebec researchers among recipients of $34 million “Grand Challenge” Grant from Cancer Research UK to combat cancer

Research teams from McGill and MUHC are part of an international effort to uncover how chronic inflammation causes cancer

Confronting a killer

Defeating tuberculosis (TB) will require in-depth collaboration, including researchers, medical professionals but also the communities...

Heart & Stroke honours RI-MUHC researcher

On November 14, the Heart and Stroke Foundation honoured three researchers – including two McGill faculty members – with an award...

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