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Girls benefit from doing sports

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A gene mutation that protects against disease

Researchers at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute, Université de Montréal and McMaster University thin...
19 Nov 2020

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Geothermal energy to power Quebec schools

An innovative geothermal project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the energy efficiency of Que...
18 Nov 2020

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A "toolbox" to help diagnose complex diseases

An international team led by a CHU Sainte-Justine researcher is developing a new mathematical model to improve...
17 Nov 2020

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Young autistic children can read before they speak

Doctoral student Alexia Ostrolenk wants to better understand hyperlexia, the ability to decipher letters and g...
13 Nov 2020

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A new test for chronic fatique syndrome

Developed by researchers at UdeM and the CHU Sainte-Justine, the innovation allows testing of patients who can...
12 Nov 2020

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Prostate cancer: treating it early for a better, longer life

Dr. Fred Saad, an UdeM medical professor and principal scientist at the CHUM research centre, reviews several ...
09 Nov 2020

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A more abundant hormone to treat atrial fibrillation

Researchers in Canada, the U.S, the U.K. and Australia make a game-changing discovery that the heart produces...
04 Nov 2020

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COVID-19: the effect on the LGBTQ+ community

Through an online survey, a team led by UdeM professor Robert-Paul Juster is trying to find out how the pandem...
02 Nov 2020

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Starting kindergarten on the right foot

Going into kindergarten already well-prepared gives a child advantagesgives a child many advantages later in l...
02 Nov 2020

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Water quality: a matter of perspective

Biologists at Université de Montréal find that a common measure to assess the health of rivers can also help...
28 Oct 2020

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Tobacco trafficking: retailers snub the dark Web

Some sellers of Illicit tobacco sometimes use the dark Web to establish contacts, but most sell and deliver in...
28 Oct 2020

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Reforestation plans in Africa could go awry

An international team led by an UdeM researcher publishes the findings of a study on the biogeographical histo...
27 Oct 2020

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Corridor Écologique Darlington project wins award

The green corridor connecting Mount Royal to other green spaces in the city was recognized for its innovation ...
27 Oct 2020

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Vaccines and rare diseases

An immunology researcher at UdeM has found a simple solution to prevent infections in children with lactic aci...
21 Oct 2020

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COVID-19: not all antibodies are equal in fighting the virus

A research team from the CHUM research centre and Héma-Québec has shown how IgM antibodies play a major role...
20 Oct 2020

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Tracking COVID-19 in kids

Led by UdeM’s Kate Zinszer, researchers are testing Montreal children for antibodies of the COVID-19 virus, ...
20 Oct 2020

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Mothers: CONCEPTION needs you

A major international study measuring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pregnant women and their newborns...
16 Oct 2020

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Discovery of a key player in memory

Long-term memory is controlled by protein synthesis in inhibitory cells, an international team at UdeM, McGill...
07 Oct 2020

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UM171 saves another life

Developed in Canada, the UM171 molecule was used in a blood transplant by a Montreal medical team on a young m...
30 Sep 2020

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Girls benefit from doing sports

Extracurricular sport in middle childhood diminishes subsequent ADHD symptoms in girls, but not in boys, a new...
29 Sep 2020

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The male Y chromosome does more than we thought

While the Y chromosome’s role was believed to be limited to the functions of the sexual organs, an UdM scien...
24 Sep 2020

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Covid-19 is worse for drug users: survey

People who use drugs are more affected by the pandemic than the general population – and public-health autho...
23 Sep 2020

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Going to daycare good for boys

Boys who start attending daycare between ages 6 and 36 months old have a better chance of going on to complete...
22 Sep 2020

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Childhood sexual abuse: mental and physical after-effects closely linked

A new study has uncovered a correlation between psychological distress and genital and urinary health problems...
21 Sep 2020

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$12.5 million awarded to Montreal team to study Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers from UdeM, the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and McGill University have obtained a ...
17 Sep 2020

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Improving the efficacy of cellular therapies

A new study published in "Nature Communications" deepens the understanding of the development of T c...
17 Sep 2020

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Astronomy: unraveling a spiral stream of dusty embers

An international team of astronomers succeeds in capturing the spiral motion of dust coming from the binary st...
16 Sep 2020

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A new research centre for public health

On the eve of the inauguration of the Centre for Research on Public Health of UdeM and the CCSMTL, its scienti...
15 Sep 2020

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Cinema as therapy? Three research projects look at the options

Researchers at UdeM's CinéMédias laboratory are trying to measure the therapeutic value of using movies and ...
15 Sep 2020

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Studying the human genome to understand the risk of autism

A research team at CHU Sainte-Justine and UdeM has developed a statistical model to assess the impact of genet...
11 Sep 2020

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Music in times of pandemic

Université de Montréal's music observatory and two of its labs are conducting several projects to understand...
09 Sep 2020

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The genetics of blood: a global perspective

To better understand the properties of blood cells, an international team led by UdeM’s Guillaume Lettre has...
04 Sep 2020

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Getting a doctorate in ‘decentralized’ veterinary medicine

There’s a shortage of veterinary doctors in several regions of Quebec. Could a new graduate training program...
03 Sep 2020

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Université de Montréal among the top 75 universities in the world

The university moves up from 85th place to 73rd in the latest global ranking by Times Higher Education....
02 Sep 2020

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Common pathogens facilitate HIV persistence

A team of CRCHUM and UdeM researchers shows how T cells are indirectly involved in HIV persistence when fighti...
01 Sep 2020

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AI: a long and winding road

From math geek in the ex-Soviet Union to holder of a new $34-million Canada Excellence Research Chair, Irina R...
30 Aug 2020

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Unlocking the mysteries of the brain

A research team highlights the mechanisms underlying memory and learning capacity – specifically, how our br...
26 Aug 2020

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Promising discovery for patients with diabetic retinopathy

Researchers have discovered a cellular process that cleans and remodels damaged blood vessels in the retina, w...
20 Aug 2020

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A higher high

Young people are increasingly smoking cannabis in liquid form in their e-cigarettes, and that should worry pub...
17 Aug 2020

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Controlling "inflammaging"

Shedding light on a decade-old paradox linking DNA damage and and chronic low-level inflammation associated wi...
12 Aug 2020

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Overcoming ‘leaky bladder’ in groups

For older women, getting physiotherapy for their pelvic floors in a group setting is as effective — and less...
10 Aug 2020

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New light shed on cell migration

Researchers at the IRCM, IRIC and University of Cambridge work together to reveal a mechanism involved in the ...
04 Aug 2020

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Gene regulation: groundbreaking work promises new targets

Scientists at the IRCM reveal the function of some 200 proteins previously unprobed by biologists, pointing th...
29 Jul 2020

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$1M for a new veterinary centre of excellence

The donation by pet food company Royal Canin Canada will help improve minimally invasive procedures and lead t...
28 Jul 2020

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Fish oil doesn’t help preemies

A major Canadian study shows that fish-oil supplements that mothers take to boost the levels of omega-3 in the...
27 Jul 2020

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UdeM has a new advisor on aboriginal peoples

A discussion with Caroline Gélinas, UdeM’s senior advisor for relations with the First Nations. ...
20 Jul 2020

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Girls more negatively affected by pot than boys

A study of more than 3,800 high school students in the Greater Montreal area reveals that cannabis use has a g...
14 Jul 2020

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Citizen scientists help discover two exotic brown dwarfs in the Milky Way

Thanks to the citizen science project Backyard Worlds: Planet 9, amateur and professional astronomers have con...
10 Jul 2020

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Global consultation on the ethics of AI begins in Montreal

Mila and the Algora Lab will receive funding to take on the deliberative component of the first global online ...
09 Jul 2020

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Giving international students the UdeM experience despite the pandemic

International students have special needs in these unusual times. The university is doing its utmost to meet t...
07 Jul 2020

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Biodiversity expertise on the move

As the global research network GEO BON moves its headquarters from Germany to Quebec, UdeM ecologist Timothée...
06 Jul 2020

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Hot summers in the Alps deplete water reserves

Increasingly frequent heat waves are reducing the supply of surface water in the European Alps, according to a...
30 Jun 2020

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A revolutionary new treatment alternative to corneal transplantation

A new approach in ophthalmology that offers a revolutionary alternative to corneal transplantation has just b...
30 Jun 2020

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Discovering an exoplanet the size of Neptune

Astrophysicists detect the orb hidden in the dust and gas debris around the young star AU Microscopii....
25 Jun 2020

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Doing no harm reduces the risk of stroke

For patients with brain arteriovenous malformations, not having surgery or getting radiation therapy can resul...
18 Jun 2020

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Honouring one's language

Innu lecturer Yvette Mollen wins UdeM’s new ‘Guardian of an Indigenous Language’ Prize....
17 Jun 2020

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‘His heart’s in the right place’

With a new study on re-using cardiac medical devices, the eldest son of two UdeM health professionals becomes ...
17 Jun 2020

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For babies born with a rare immune deficiency, a unique new test to better target care

A new test developed at CHU Sainte-Justine will enable better management of patients with severe combined immu...
17 Jun 2020

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Just 48 hours to design an app

With colleagues in the U.S. and Singapore, an UdeM PhD student wins a prize at MIT’s COVID-19 Challenge with...
16 Jun 2020

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A fast self-test for COVID-19

By depositing a saliva sample on a tiny device attached to your smartphone, you could find out in five minutes...
11 Jun 2020

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