Microbiologist Yves Brun has received a major grant to test an innovative approach that could lead to the discovery of new antibiotics.
The Children’s Health and Education Observatory has received a $5 million Fonds de recherche du Québec grant to study the pandemic’s impact on children and support more effective intervention.
CRCHUM scientists Christine Vande Velde and Geneviève Matte work on multiple ways to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. For ALS Awareness Month, they give an overview of their research projects.
UdeM professor and audiology researcher Sylvie Hébert is using technological advances to shed light on hyperacusis and tinnitus.
Concussions can have harmful consequences for toddlers. An UdeM research team has developed a tool to detect them in children who do not yet speak or have a limited vocabulary.
UdeM medical professor Jean-Claude Tardif comments on the publication in a peer-reviewed journal of his COLCORONA study, which looked at using an inexpensive anti-inflammatory drug to treat COVID-19.
A new study led by researchers at Université de Montréal and Dalhousie University shows that cognitive-behavioral therapy is effective in helping ease genitopelvic pain.
In a study led by UdeM's Andrés Finzi and colleagues in the U.S., the virus took four times longer to return in humanized mice whose antiretroviral therapy was stopped and who then got the cocktail.
Nutrition professor Marie Marquis is part of Manger notre Saint-Laurent, a collective that promotes seafood from the St. Lawrence. She explains the benefits.
At-home blood testing for the monitoring of chronic diseases may one day be a reality.