Getting the right organ to the right recipient is always a challenge. UdeM scientists think artificial intelligence can help.
Dr. André Veillette and his team have discovered why immunotherapy would work in some patients and not at all in others. This finding is published today in Nature.
At an international conference, CHU Sainte-Justine immunologist Hugo Soudeyns talks about the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Age-related female infertility is explained by a defect in the choreography of chromosome sharing during cell division in eggs before they are fertilized.
An international research team has demonstrated that an exaggerated emotional brain response to non-threatening information predicts emergence of clinically psychotic symptoms.
If family doctors got rid of their antiquated tensiometers and started using electronic devices instead, they'd make fewer misdiagnoses of hypertension, a medicial sociologist says.
UdeM bioethicists study whether health professionals in the Canadian Armed Forces can abide by two ethics codes, civilian and military.
800 healthcare professionals, industry leaders, decision-makers and civil-society stakeholders prepare to attend the WHS Regional Meeting in early May.
After 10 years of research, a team at the CRCHUM has succeeded in deleting the Armc5 gene in experimental mice, discovering that its loss gives rise to a heretofore unidentified syndrome.
Adolescents who smoke marijuana as early as 14 do worse by 20 on some cognitive tests and drop out of school at a higher rate than non-smokers. But if they hold off until age 17, they're less at risk.