If you need something quickly, you make it yourself
A new study from RI-MUHC researchers finds that synaptic connections in the brain can produce their own proteins in response to periods of high demand
The 2023 RI-MUHC Annual Report is online!
An invitation from Dr. Rhian Touyz
When dads are feeling a bit depressed or anxious, how do kids fare?
Unexpected research findings shed a new light on the connection between fathers’ mental health and children’s...
The Canadian Co-infection Cohort marks 20 years of HIV-HCV research
Since 2003, the CCC study led by the RI-MUHC’s Dr. Marina Klein has been working to improve care and outcomes for people living with both HIV...
Cutting-edge facilities and expertise on display at the 2023 Platform Expo
Researchers and trainees learn from the experts in an interactive half-day event
Seeking to understand how cancer spreads
A new RI-MUHC research study identifies the role of neutrophil extracellular traps in promoting cancer metastasis to the lymph nodes
When RSV weighs heavily on the Canadian health-care system
The adoption of preventive measures could alleviate this burden, shows a study carried out by researchers at the Montreal Children's Hospital and...
Major scientific achievement gives hope to families affected by 4H leukodystrophy
RI-MUHC team creates first representative model of this rare disease
Severe maternal complications at childbirth: a recurring hazard?
New study paints clear picture of maternal health within the population of Quebec
More than 75% of Canadians had immunity to SARS-CoV-2 due to infection by March 2023
Scientists used aggregate data to estimate trends in both infection-acquired and vaccine-induced...