With a budget of $8 million, two UdeM scientists at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute are probing the causes of neurological diseases and disorders such as autism, looking for new treatments.
Scientists at the CHUM Research Centre work towards forecasting or at least better detecting when a person with epilepsy will have an attack, thanks to an implantable microchip.
Creating life after death: is posthumous reproduction the future?
An UdeM molecular biologist at the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Research Centre discovers a new function for BMI1, which is known to counteract brain aging.
A study shows that harsh parenting practices in childhood have long-term repercussions for children’s brain development.
Interested in the ethics of new technologies? Join the open dialogue on artificial intelligence through a series of virtual workshops to be held across the country from March 30 to April 30.
Researchers at the CRCHUM find that metformin could help people living with HIV who are being treated with antiretroviral therapy.
Researchers at UdeM and Université Laval get $2.2 million to measure the impact of the pandemic on food workers in grocery stores, restaurants and bars.
In Montreal, one in four black English-speaking children were in a youth-protection centre in 2011, a study by UdeM graduate Alicia Boatswain-Kyte reveals.
Unable to organize or go to funerals, a significant number of Quebecers who lost a loved one during the pandemic have postponed the mourning process, says UdeM religion professor Jean-Marc Barreau.
UdeM neuroscientist Catherine Larochelle leads a study at the CHUM Research Centre that finds that a set of immune alterations are specifically linked to infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Researchers at UdeM and in Ontario and British Columbia will try to determine the prevalence of the disease among teachers and education workers, as well the pandemic’s effect on their mental health.
UdeM researcher Anick Bérard receives $3 million to study the use of medications by expectant mothers in Canada, analyzing data from 1998 through 2020 in five Canadian provinces.