A pan-Canadian team announces initial results of the national OPTIMA study comparing the efficacy of two models of care for treating opioid use disorder.
An international team co-led by UdeM computational neuroscientist Eilif Muller has simulated how synapses in the neocortex change – to better understand how we learn.
Zebrafish are put under the lens at CHU Sainte-Justine Research Centre to see how they repair damaged tissue – with some surprising results.
UdeM launches a One Health Initiative to address health issues at the human-animal-environment interface.
A research team has used AI to produce a list of animal viruses that could jump the species barrier and cause infections in humans.
Exercise physiologist and UdeM adjunct professor Guy Thibault is developing a web application for interval training.
UdeM chemistry professor Alexis Vallée-Bélisle and his team have received $500,000 to develop a rapid test for detecting drugs in saliva and blood.
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.