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The Centre de Recherche en Rhumatologie et Immunologie (CRRI) is a multidisciplinary research group including basic science investigators and clinicians, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and research assistants and technicians.

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François Chouinard, FRAMR (Dr. S. Bourgoin laboratory)
Nathalie Cloutier, CIHR (Dr. L. Flamand laboratory)
Elise Lavoie, FRSQ (Dr. J. Sévigny laboratory)
Patrick Leclerc, CAN (Dr. M. Pouliot laboratory)
Julie Lefebvre, CIHR (Dr. P. Borgeat laboratory)
Oana Popa-Nita, CAN (Dr. P.H. Naccache laboratory)

Borgeat who has been awarded two prizes

Dr. Pierre Borgeat, Director of our Resarch Center, received the “First Outstanding Achievement Award” from the Eicosanoid Research Foundation at its 10th International Conference, held in Montreal from Sept. 16 to 19, 2007. He has also been awarded the “Mentor Scientifique 2007” from the Club de recherches cliniques du Quebec at the 49th Annual Meeting of this Society, held at Mont-Tremblant from Sept. 20 to 22, 2007.

Scientific meeting reunites

This scientific meeting reunites all the members of the Centre de Recherche en Rhumatologie et Immunologie (CRRI) and represents a unique opportunity to exchange and discuss about ongoing research and activities taking place at the CRRI. Oral presentations and a poster session are scheduled, and the best student presentations will be rewarded. Students outside the CRRI interested to attend or participate are most welcome and are invited to register by contacting Mrs Nancy Harrison before October 19, 2007.