With a budget of $8 million, two UdeM scientists at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute are probing the causes of neurological diseases and disorders such as autism, looking for new treatments.
Scientists at the CHUM Research Centre work towards forecasting or at least better detecting when a person with epilepsy will have an attack, thanks to an implantable microchip.
Creating life after death: is posthumous reproduction the future?
The British-Canadian economist and former Bank of Canada and Bank of England governor addressed over 1,350 attendees in a video call from London to the Université de Montréal community.
Michel Bouvier, the Killam Prize-winning director of UdeM’s Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer, unveils research that could someday lead to treatment for early morbid familial obesity.
Led by UdeM infectious-diseases specialist Emilia Liana Falcone, a multidisciplinary team at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute will look at long-term complications affecting COVID-19 survivors.
The Mila researcher and associate professor of computer science at UdeM participates today in a roundtable during the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Biochemist Michel Bouvier has been awarded a Killam Prize for major scientific contributions in molecular pharmacology that are paving the way for new types of drugs.
With a San Francisco biotech company, an UdeM eye expert develops a treatment that could potentially treat patients who suffer from this degenerative disease of the retina.
Why do some plants produce small and unattractive flowers? Two Montreal researchers think they’ve figured out why, supporting a hypothesis dating back 150 years to Charles Darwin.
Eighty-five per cent of staffers in hospitals and long-term-care centres coped well with the mental stress they experienced during and after the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
The IVADO/Mila Deep Learning School set up by Yoshua Bengio aims to introduce information technology professionals to the latest developments in AI.
UdeM’s Faculty of Medicine is organizing a forum on Black student representation in health science programs.