UdeM researchers are trying to better understand COVID-19 by comparing the immune response of children with that of seniors, whose symptoms are more severe.
With a team of a dozen bioinformaticians, UdeM medical professor Julie Hussin is working on getting a genetic picture of the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19.
Hoping to save front-line medical staff a lot of time, specialists in biomedical chemistry at UdeM and Université Laval work on a new screening test for the virus.
After 27 years, CHU Sainte-Justine celebrates its 1000th bone-marrow transplant and looks to new therapies for cancer.
Initiating antiretroviral therapy at a very early stage makes HIV reservoirs shrink by 100 times, researchers at the CRCHUM and partners in the U.S. and Thailand find.
New research highlights the RCAN1 gene’s effect on memory and learning.
A microbiologist at UdeM helps discover a novel mode of action found in two new antibiotics that adversely affects the ability of bacteria to reproduce.
HIV antibody therapy is associated with enhanced immune responses in infected individuals, an international research team finds.
The virus you were exposed to as a young child determines how well you fight the flu for the rest of your life, Canadian researchers find.
In the human body, cells shield themselves from disease-causing microbes by scrambling their lipids into liquids, according to new research by an international team headed by IRCM and UdeM.