What's New at the RI-MUHC ?

A new research study may reduce surgical interventions for baby girls

Work by a team of child health researchers from the RI-MUHC and across Canada provides new insights into treatment for fetal ovarian cysts

How do we define death? Canada now has clear clinical guidelines

Brain-based definition of death becomes the central concept of the new Canadian guidelines

New funding to support Canadian veterans and their families

RI-MUHC research project will examine the mental health needs of women veterans

IDIGH Program gathers at the Glen site for seventh annual research day

Researchers and trainees from the Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program at the RI-MUHC enjoyed a stimulating day...

Defining pain in children to improve and personalize treatment

The work of RI-MUHC researchers leads to a new treatment protocol

Medical cannabis a valuable option for cancer pain relief

A new study conducted at the RI-MUHC suggests that, as a complementary therapy for cancer patients, medical cannabis could be used safely...

Researchers discover new gene variant causing inherited lung disease in Inuit

The newly discovered gene variant could contribute to high rates of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia in Inuit populations

RI-MUHC researchers identify new autophagy-regulating gene

Researchers report how they were able to identify a previously unknown gene involved in regulating autophagy and skeletal muscle integrity

A genetic mutation found to cause chronic lung disease in indigenous children

A rare genetic mutation could explain why indigenous children have greatly increased rates of respiratory...

MUHC opens Quebec’s first multidisciplinary referral centre for endometriosis

EndoCARES offers state-of-the-art clinical care and will enhance basic, epidemiological and clinical research...

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