UdeM’s Faculty of Medicine is organizing a forum on Black student representation in health science programs.
In a new research series, UdeM social psychology professor Roxane de Sablonnière examines the myriad ways the global health crisis is affecting how we act as citizens and as individuals.
Echoing calls by Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the plan outlines more than 100 measures involving all of the University’s core missions.
Through an online survey, a team led by UdeM professor Robert-Paul Juster is trying to find out how the pandemic is affecting LGBTQ+ people.
Going into kindergarten already well-prepared gives a child advantagesgives a child many advantages later in life and lowers costs for society in the long term, researchers in Canada find.
Some sellers of Illicit tobacco sometimes use the dark Web to establish contacts, but most sell and deliver in person, an UdeM study finds.
Extracurricular sport in middle childhood diminishes subsequent ADHD symptoms in girls, but not in boys, a new study suggests.
People who use drugs are more affected by the pandemic than the general population – and public-health authorities should adapt, says an ongoing study by CRCHUM researcher Sarah Larney.
Boys who start attending daycare between ages 6 and 36 months old have a better chance of going on to complete high school and a lower risk of poverty as adults, a new Canadian study suggests.
A new study has uncovered a correlation between psychological distress and genital and urinary health problems in female survivors of childhood sexual abuse.