The risk of preterm birth appears to be three times more common among pregnant women with persistent HPV 16 or HPV 18 infection, a new study finds.
Seven UdeM professors have been elected Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, which brings together Canada’s top-ranked health and biomedical scientists and scholars.
Canadian researchers find that machine-learning algorithms can identify effective behavioral, educational, and psychological interventions more accurately than professionals can.
Following a patient with depression by phone or videoconferencing is just as effective as in-person consultations, according to a recent review of studies.
A chromosomal discovery could improve the quality of eggs in older patients and thus make it easier for them to become pregnant.
Researchers Jean-François Côté and Marie-Anne Goyette explain how a new therapeutic target works to fight a very aggressive form of breast cancer.
A new research study aims to uncover why Montreal North has been one of Canada’s most severely affected neighbourhoods during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By disrupting postnatal development in GABAergic interneurons, a genetic mutation appears to be at the origin of the neurological disorders associated with a disease affecting one in 6,000 children.
Microbiologist Yves Brun has received a major grant to test an innovative approach that could lead to the discovery of new antibiotics.
The Quebec government has awarded Université de Montréal $13 million to support the creation of Médicament Québec, an initiative that aims to revitalize the province's pharmaceutical industry.