Dre Amal Abdel-Baki

On Friday, April 22, the CRCHUM Conferences will welcome Dr. Amal Abdel-Baki, a clinician researcher with the Neuroscience Research Theme and head of the CHUM’s Youth Mental Health Department. She is also a full clinical professor at the…
Daryl Bosco

On Friday, April 8, Pr. Daryl A. Bosco will be our guest at the CRCHUM Conferences. She is professor of Neurology at UMass Chan Medical School. Disease-linked genetic mutations alter various properties of the encoded proteins, including…
Greg Fitzharris et Lia Paim

Two researchers from the CHUM Research Centre find that cell division in mouse embryos is not symmetric at all, quite unlike what science textbooks normally say. As cell biologists, Université de Montréal professor Greg FitzHarris and his Ph.D.…
Drs Michaël Chassé and An Tang

As part of a $1.2M program supported by the Institut de valorisation des données (IVADO), Drs. Michael Chassé and An Tang, two researchers at the Centre de recherche du CHUM (CRCHUM) who are also professors at Université de Montréal, as well as…
Nicolas Chomont

On Friday, March 25th, CRCHUM researcher Nicolas Chomont will give a CRCHUM conference presentation. He is a member of the Immunopathology Research Theme and is also an associate professor and researcher in the Department of Microbiology…
Dr. Carole Richard, Roy Hajjar and Manuela Santos

Have you discussed cancer recently with close friends and family? Breast and prostate cancer dominated the discussions, right? There was probably no mention of colorectal cancer. This taboo cancer takes 9,500 lives every year in Canada.…

For the CRCHUM conference on February 18, 2022, we are welcoming Dr Maxime Baud, Neurologist and neuroscientist at the University Hospital of Bern, Switzerland. The risk of seizure occurrence is not uniform over time. Rather it fluctuates due to…

A team from the CHUM Research Centre and Université de Montréal has identified a molecule that, in the lab, can inhibit the COVID-19 variants of concern. In the spring of 2020, Université de Montréal biochemistry professor Christian Baron had an…

A CRCHUM team reveals the fine mechanisms behind the major vascular defects observed in glaucoma patients and identifies new therapeutic targets. Reduced blood flow and impaired neurovascular coupling are well-known features of glaucoma, the main…

The CRCHUM’s management congratulates the 11 research teams that were awarded more than $5.7 million in grants in the Fall 2021 Project Grants competition launched by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). With nearly 30% of…
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