Viagra to treat oxygen-deprived newborns
A study from Dr. Pia Wintermark demonstrates the efficiency of sildenafil (also known as Viagra) in treating babies with neonatal encephalopathy
RI-MUHC successes in Networks funding from the FRQ-S
Our researchers will lead three new thematic networks whose funding was announced this week
COVID-19 rapid tests: how good are they?
A new study indicates that COVID-19 self-tests effectively identify non-infected individuals as well people with high viral loads and high infectiousness
How does the BCG vaccine against TB provide protection against lung viral infections?
An RI-MUHC team reveals a new mechanism by which the 100-year-old vaccine provides cross-protection...
LOVE is all you need
Research led by pediatric ethicist Franco Carnevale examines an impactful approach to mental health promotion that helps young people without making them feel like patients
Research seeks to help children with chronic kidney disease
RI-MUHC study makes a breakthrough discovery into the role of the immune system in childhood idiopathic nephrotic syndrome
The stomach bug that may raise your risk of Alzheimer’s disease
RI-MUHC scientist leads study linking bacterial infection with moderate but significant increase in the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in older adults
Predicting preeclampsia for safer pregnancies
RI-MUHC scientist Dr. Stella Daskalopoulou aims to reduce pregnancy complications by developing a reliable early screening tool
Focused screening of new residents, key to fight TB in Canada
New study provides unique data on tuberculosis infection rates among foreign-born Canadian residents and citizens
Is your child really allergic to antibiotics?
A recent study used direct oral testing to determine whether reactions to antibiotics are actually allergic