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Taking opioids at home after surgery: More harms than benefits

A new study conducted at the RI-MUHC concludes that prescribing opioid analgesics at discharge after surgery does not reduce postoperative pain...

The RI-MUHC is first in Canada to adopt sentinel-free animal health monitoring

One of ten champion institutions worldwide, the RI-MUHC has completely switched to a new program...

New study shows associations between air pollution and respiratory health in Canada

RI-MUHC researchers demonstrate that exposure to relatively low levels of air pollution in Canada is associated...

A Governor General’s Gold Medal, and more, for former RI-MUHC trainee

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

In memoriam: Ronald Gottesman, MDCM

A noted leader and a wise physician, Dr. Gottesman “brought a sense of calm to all around him”

Diversifying the next generations

Loydie Jerome-Majewska does more than study how errors occur in early embryo development, in order to prevent them