Congratulations to Alexandre Brodeur and Francis Migneault whose article entitled "Apoptotic exosome-like vesicles transfer specific and functional mRNAs to endothelial cells by phosphatidylserine-dependent macropinocytosis" was published in the journal Cell Death & Disease.
Congratulations to Maude Lanoie for her Master Scholarship granted by the Canada’s three granting agencies.
Canada's Minister of Health, Jean-Yves Duclos, has announced the appointment of Dr. Marie-Josée Hébert as Chair of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Governing Council.
Dr. Hébert is a nephrologist-transplantologist and Shire Chair in Nephrology, Transplantation and Renal Regeneration at the Université de Montréal. She is a professor in the Faculty of Medicine at UdeM and co-director of the Canadian Donation and Transplantion Research Program.
As a researcher, Dr. Hébert has established and led major interdisciplinary and intersectoral research groups. Her work has included the discovery of novel mechanisms at work in organ transplant rejection. Her team is exceptionally proud of Marie-Josée and this great honour that recognizes her visionary leadership.
The official results of the highly competitive CIHR Project grants for the Spring 2022 competition report that our application was successful!
Congratulations to the team and a warm thank you to all the members and collaborators who participated to the success of this application.
Title of the project: "The molecular heritage of vascular injury: Apoptotic exosomes as drivers of renal inflammation and dysfunction."
Congratulations to Hyunyun Kim for his Scholarship on Renal & Pancreatic Transplantation granted by the CRCHUM Immunopathology axis and Fondation du CHUM.
Congratulations to Imane Kaci for her Doctoral Scholarship granted by the FRQS.
"Autolysosomes and caspase-3 control the biogenesis and release of immunogenic apoptotic exosomes" selected as CDDpress: Monthly Readers' Choice - March 2022 edition
CDDpress: Monthly Readers' Choice collection features the best content from Cell Death and Differentitation, Cell Death & Disease, and Cell Death Discovery.
Congratulations to Déborah Beillevaire whose article entitled "Autolysosomes and caspase-3 control the biogenesis and release of immunogenic apoptotic exosomes" was published in the journal Cell Death & Disease.
Congratulations to Imane Kaci who was awarded a prize for best poster presentation at the Virtual Conference for Canadian Fundamental Kidney Research in December, 2021.
Congratulations to Imane Kaci for being awarded a Bourse d'excellence du programme de Biologie moléculaire by the Université de Montréal.