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A close look at the progression of cells from normal to tumour

How exactly does a normal cell become a tumour?

How Salmonella tackles cellular defense mechanisms

Researchers uncover new protein that plays key role in bacterial infections

Strong criteria for diagnosing sarcopenia

Scientists propose diagnostic tools to identify, and possibly limit, the effects of sarcopenia, a disease that significantly reduces the quality of life of the aging population

Move to single-patient rooms at MUHC’s Glen site resulted in immediate, dramatic and long-lasting decrease of infection rates

Rates of colonization of two health-associated infections tumbled soon after historic hospital move

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RI-MUHC researcher Robyn Tamblyn elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Recognition for her sentinel contributions to the assessment of clinical competence and management of prescription drugs

RI-MUHC researcher receives funding from the CFI and Government of Quebec

Congratulations to Erwin Schurr for his new grant from the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund.

Art and RI-MUHC science converge in The Journal of Neuroscience this week

RI-MUHC student Hunter S. Shaw’s publication makes the cover, with a work of art from the Convergence Initiative

RI-MUHC student awarded a Human Frontier Science Program Long-Term Postdoctoral Fellowship

Ranked first of 626 in the CIHR postdoctoral competition, in 2020 Claire Gizowski will be forging ahead with a prestigious international fellowship instead

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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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