While the government works on plans to overhaul the health care system, nursing innovations are helping to make up for shortcomings in the system and meet health care needs.
Hot pepper is hot. But it’s also packed with potential therapeutic qualities. Capsaicin is the molecule that has it all! UdeM experts explain.
After 12 years of research, Dr. Richard Robitaille is hopeful that we’ll soon have a treatment to help people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) regain mobility.
Combining two molecules blocks 95 per cent of live viral infection of lung cells, two UdeM professors find in their lab work at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute.
CIHR awards $2.4 million for the creation of a UdeM co-led training platform for research on vascular dementia
With a new, $2.4-million federal grant, UdeM pharmacy professor Anick Bérard and her clinical team will develop a cross-Canada training platform for students and young researchers to study the issue.
Two researchers from the CHUM Research Centre find that cell division in mouse embryos is not at all symmetrical, quite unlike what science textbooks say.
Despite an increase in new diagnoses, a decrease in relapses of Crohn's disease was observed in children and adolescents.
Have you discussed cancer recently with close friends and family? Breast and prostate cancer dominated the discussions, right? There was probably no mention of colorectal cancer.
At the height of the pandemic, researchers from different backgrounds joined forces to conduct novel research projects.