Anne-Marie Mes-Masson once again distinguished herself by winning the Acfas Léo-Pariseau prize, for the excellence and influence of her research. This Quebec distinction highlights the exceptional accomplishments of this researcher, who stands out for her role as a pioneer in translational research. The Institute is very proud to have in its ranks such a talented and committed researcher!
Dr. Simon Turcotte’s team won two grants totaling more than $ 2M for a first clinical study in cell therapy
16 December 2020
Dr’s team Simon Turcotte, researcher at the Institute, obtained a first grant from $ 675,000 from the granting body BioCanRx […]
Emerging Scientist Award
12 March 2020
Congratulations to Marie-Claude Bourgeois-Daigneault, researcher at the Institute and at the CHUM Research Center, who won the 2020 Future Scientist […]