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Quebec invests $6.1M in IRCM research facility

IRCM facility in Montreal to get a major renovation.


June 2, 2015
by PLANT STAFF

(L-R) Tarik Möröy, IRCM president and scientific director, Jacques Daoust, Minister of the Economy, Innovation and Exports, and Louise Lambert-Lagacé, chair of the IRCM board.  Photo: IRCM

(L-R) Tarik Möröy, IRCM president and scientific director, Jacques Daoust, Minister of the Economy, Innovation and Exports, and Louise Lambert-Lagacé, chair of the IRCM board.
Photo: IRCM

MONTRÉAL — The Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM) has received nearly $6.1 million in research infrastructure funding from the Quebec government.

The grant is part of the government’s program to support research infrastructure.

The project’s total $7.6 million budget will include $1.2 million from the IRCM Foundation, which intends to use the money for major renovations and upgrades of its Montreal facility and optimize its energy efficiency.

IRCM is a biomedical research institute located in the heart of Montréal’s university district.

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