A new study finds that antibodies linked to Helicobacter pylori infections may be associated with lower overall survival outcomes in melanoma patients treated with immunotherapy.
Adolescents face problems of lowered self-esteem and higher risk of symptoms associated with eating disorders by spending so much time on social media, a new study finds.
How to talk to kids about drugs in the age of fentanyl
With a Canadian government grant of over $20 million, Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Denis Mukwege enlists UdeM's help in improving health services for Congolese women who are victims of rape.
Partnering UdeM and the Panzi Foundation, the women, teens and children’s health-and-rights project kicks off in the Democratic Republic of Congo with Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Denis Mukwege.
There are years of basic research in neuroscience behind the development of the first mixed reality game to diagnose and promote inclusion for people with autism.
Université de Montréal is one of eleven Quebec universities to make the commitment to protect biodiversity by signing the Nature Positive Pledge.
Montreal biologists publish a study demonstrating that photogrammetry allows rapid and precise three-dimensional reconstruction of flowers from two-dimensional images.
Anton Boudreau Ninkov, a specialist in information visualization, has joined the School of Library and Information Sciences (EBSI).
UdeM is the first university in Canada (and in the French-speaking world) to introduce an online simulation that allows pharmacy students to learn in a safe yet realistic setting.
Alex Noël, a specialist on the modern Quebec novel and queer memory, comes to UdeM to teach Quebec literature.
A study shows that Riluzole could be effective in the treatment of certain leukodystrophies, neurodegenerative diseases that attack the myelin in the brain of young children.
Drawing on insights from intercultural and decolonial theology, Jean-François Roussel deconstructs the story of the Mohawk saint.