Thanks to RI-MUHC researchers, trainees and staff, the MUHC maintains its leadership position in the Canadian research ecosystem
For a third year in a row, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is proud to be among the top three in Research Infosource’s prestigious list of Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals, published today.
Every year, Research Infosource Inc., a leading research, consulting, and publishing firm, provides analysis of leading Canadian research hospitals that enhance Canada’s global competitiveness in the knowledge economy.
Thanks to the excellence associated with the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), the health centre ranks third on the annual top 40 list and keeps its position as the leading research hospital in Quebec for overall research spending ($196,8M), which includes all funds (direct and indirect) spent on internal and external sources to support research.
Moreover, the MUHC placed second for hospital intensity (research spending as a percentage of total hospital spending) and eighth for researcher intensity (research spending per researcher) in the ranking of large hospitals (Large tier).
“Congratulations to our research teams for their continued commitment to excellence. Thanks to your hard work and sense of innovation, the future of health care is brighter. You are an inspiration and a source of pride for the entire MUHC community. ”
– Martine Alfonso, associate president and executive director, MUHC
“We are so proud of our hard working research teams, who are constantly innovating. Thank you to our researchers and trainees, our staff and clinical teams. Their scientific discoveries give hope for a healthier world. It is a privilege to be part of an organization that is contributing so much to achieve this goal.”
– Dr. Rhian Touyz, executive director and chief scientific officer, RI-MUHC
View the complete list of Canada’s top 40 research hospitals on the Research Infosource website.