The donation by pet food company Royal Canin Canada will help improve minimally invasive procedures and lead to better health outcomes for animals, while also benefiting veterinary students at UdeM.
A major Canadian study shows that fish-oil supplements that mothers take to boost the levels of omega-3 in their breastmilk do nothing to prevent their preterm babies from developing lung disease.
A study of more than 3,800 high school students in the Greater Montreal area reveals that cannabis use has a greater impact on working memory in girls than in boys.
A new approach in ophthalmology that offers a revolutionary alternative to corneal transplantation has just been developed by researchers and clinicians in North America, Europe, and Oceania.
For patients with brain arteriovenous malformations, not having surgery or getting radiation therapy can result in an almost 70-per-cent lower risk of having a stroke or dying, reseachers find.
With a new study on re-using cardiac medical devices, the eldest son of two UdeM health professionals becomes the youngest author ever published in one of the world’s top medical journals.
A new test developed at CHU Sainte-Justine will enable better management of patients with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID).
By depositing a saliva sample on a tiny device attached to your smartphone, you could find out in five minutes if you’re infected, say pharmacists at UdeM.
Three weeks after onset, more than 90% of infected people have antibodies that recognize one of the hallmarks of SARS-CoV-2, the S glycoprotein.
Université de Montréal researchers discover how a key cancer mutation activates telomerase, the ‘anti-aging enzyme’ that makes tumour cells immortal.