Since its inauguration in 2015, the IDIGH Symposium has catalyzed and promoted interactions among program members and guests from numerous institutions. These synergies help to make the IDIGH Program an international leader in translational research in the field of infection and immunity. This year it drew 293 registrants from more than 40 academic research departments, centres, institutions and companies. These included graduate students, established researchers, highly qualified research professionals, and representatives of companies providing lab equipment, drugs, chemicals, new technologies and services. The synergies emerging from this year’s event again point toward new and innovative collaborations, not only among the RI-MUHC and McGill University groups, but also in the larger Canadian and international global health communities.

To view the photos of the event taken by Monica Elizabeth Dallmann Sauer, click here.

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Latest IDIGH Publications

  1. Protudjer, J. L. P., Golding, M., Bouwman, T., Ben-Shoshan, M. & Abrams, E. M.
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    GRaded oral challenge for Drug allergy Evaluation - Delabelling described through families' voices
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    Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology
  2. Doyle, C. M., Maheu-Giroux, M., Lambert, G., Mishra, S., Apelian, H., Messier-Peet, M., Otis, J., Grace, D., Hart, T. A., Moore, D. M., Lachowsky, N. J., Cox, J. & Engage Study Team.
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    Combination HIV Prevention Strategies Among Montreal Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men in the PrEP Era: A Latent Class Analysis
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    AIDS and behavior
  3. Cavalcanti, G. S., Wasserscheid, J., Dewar, K. & Shikuma, N. J.
    (2020)
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    Complete Genome Sequences of Two Marine Biofilm Isolates, Leisingera sp. nov. Strains 201A and 204H, Novel Representatives of the Roseobacter Group
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    Microbiology resource announcements
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    vol
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    9
  4. Duffy, S. C., Srinivasan, S., Schilling, M. A., Stuber, T., Danchuk, S. N., Michael, J. S., Venkatesan, M., Bansal, N., Maan, S., Jindal, N., Chaudhary, D., Dandapat, P., Katani, R., Chothe, S., Veerasami, M., Robbe-Austerman, S., Juleff, N., Kapur, V. & Behr, M. A.
    (2020)
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    Reconsidering Mycobacterium bovis as a proxy for zoonotic tuberculosis: a molecular epidemiological surveillance study
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    The Lancet. Microbe
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    vol
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    1
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    e66-e73
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  5. Stallworthy, G., Dias, H. M. & Pai, M.
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    Quality of tuberculosis care in the private health sector
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    Journal of clinical tuberculosis and other mycobacterial diseases
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    20
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    100171
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