Physical activity is good not only for the body but also the mind. Professor Isabelle Doré explains why exercise is good for mental health and which activities are best.
The molecular causes of a particular type of food-dependent Cushing’s Syndrome, a rare disease of the adrenal glands, are finally revealed through a Canada-France research project.
Earth could be alien to humans by 2500
In the lead-up to Quebec's municipal elections Nov. 7 – and the next leaders' debate Oct. 20 – UdeM professors are available to share their expertise with the media on 10 key issues.
University of Minnesota biologist Allison Shaw has come to Université de Montréal on a Fulbright scholarship to study how parasites make fish migrate differently – and what that means for us.
A meta-analysis conducted at CHU Sainte-Justine and UdeM reveals that suicidal tendencies can often precede substance-use disorders, not just cause them.
At 48, the high-tech entrepreneur and co-founder of Groupe 3737 takes on a new volunteer role as the university's 14th chancellor, for a five-year term.
UdeM’s new Chancellor, entrepreneur Frantz Saintellemy, wants to reach out to young people.
A new study UdeM study suggests that young boys who do sports tend to be have better mental health when they reach middle childhood and be more active in early adolescence.
Charles Iorio-Duval is entering the B.Sc. program in physics at UdeM with the goal of “changing the world through new technologies.”
Sidney Altman, a pioneer in medical research on RNA, is returning to his native Montreal after a prestigious career abroad.
In 2020, the World Food Programme was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Christine Trudel, an UdeM alumna who has been a nutrition officer in Madagascar for over a year, shared in the honour.
The grant will pay for animal modeling and virtual-reality equipment to enhance and facilitate learning for students at a new Veterinary Simulation and Virtual Reality Centre.