A clear picture of the cost and efficacy of COVID-19 outpatient treatments

In a new study, RI-MUHC researchers have assessed all available outpatient therapies for COVID-19 to facilitate comparative treatment choice In recent months, several...
January 20, 2022

New research to benefit psychiatrists’ educational needs

A multidisciplinary team of experts—Francesca Luconi, PhD, Richard Montoro, MDCM, Leonora Lalla, MDCM and Meron Teferra—set out to use an innovative approach to...
January 14, 2022

Putting patients at the centre of clinical care

The Brain Health Outcomes Platform helps patients provide a clearer picture of how they are doing Oftentimes, patients are left out of the...
January 13, 2022

RI-MUHC research team leads new consortium to make healthcare data more accessible

The new Quebec SmartCare Consortium has received $10M to break down data silos and increase the accessibility of healthcare information to patients, clinicians...
January 13, 2022

$1.3 million to understand and alleviate impacts of the pandemic on children, youth, and families

Seven CIHR funded projects at McGill and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre to investigate impacts of vaccine hesitancy, health-care...
January 13, 2022

McGill researchers tackle rare disease first identified in Quebec

Researchers at McGill University have made an important step forward in understanding the cause of a rare neurodegenerative disease noted for its occurrence...
January 13, 2022

McGill researchers make Québec Science Top Ten

Annual list of top discoveries includes a new treatment for breast cancer, softer brain implants, and the science of ugly flowers. Scientists affiliated with McGill were once...
January 13, 2022

McGill team’s index predicts coma recovery with 100% accuracy: preliminary study

New Adaptive Reconfiguration Index has crucial implications for clinical management and decision-making in unconscious and unresponsive brain-injured patients McGill-led team has developed a...
December 9, 2021

Multiplexed technologies are paving the way to rapid and equitable screening for sexually transmitted infections

Work by RI-MUHC postdoc Angela Karellis published in The Lancet Microbe will impact worldwide guidelines for rapid multiplexed testing Multiplexed rapid technologies are...
December 9, 2021

FANCI: a new gene at the origin of some cases of ovarian cancer

Researchers link for the first time mutations in the FANCI gene to the risk of developing ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer affects approximately 3000...
December 9, 2021

PhD candidate wins prestigious Mitacs award for outstanding innovation

Prisca Bustamante recognized for developing world’s first non-invasive blood screening test for early detection of eye cancer Every day, Prisca Bustamante wakes up...
December 9, 2021

New Study Explores Medical Cannabis Use Among Canadian Veterans

CannCorps, an ongoing study of cannabis use among Canadian Veterans, led by researchers at McGill University has revealed some important findings after less...
December 9, 2021

McGill PhD student Joseph Therriault named Forbes “30 under 30”

Joseph Therriault, a McGill PhD student working on early detection of Alzheimer’s disease, is one of Forbes Magazine’s "30 under 30" – an...
December 3, 2021

The quest for relief

Investigators at McGill’s Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain hope to find answers for the millions of Canadians affected by chronic pain....
December 2, 2021