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Trainee achievements

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

Former RI-MUHC trainee wins L’Oréal-Unesco science award

Omani researcher Maha al-Riyami, PhD, studies underlying causes of type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases

RI-MUHC trainee wins best presentation award at Congrès provincial de la recherche Mère-Enfant

Marissa Fazio’s M.Sc. project aims to prevent health-care-associated...

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...

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