Reproducible translational research - A highway paved with potholes and pitfalls

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October 10, 2017
Daniel Drucker

On October 13, 2017, the CRCHUM Conferences invites Dan Drucker, Senior Scientist, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital. His talk will about the complexity of methodological, technical and ethical issues contributing to lack of reproducibility.

Abstract

Reproducibility challenges in preclinical research threaten the integrity and viability of our research enterprise. Here I discuss the complexity of methodological, technical and ethical issues contributing to lack of reproducibility, with examples from studies of gut hormone and metabolism research. Strategies and “best practices” that may enhance the reproducibility and translational relevance of preclinical studies will be entertained.

This conference will be presented in English.

Friday, October 13, 2017, at Noon.
Auditorium of the CRCHUM, R05.210 and R05.220
900 Saint-Denis Street, 5th floor
Montreal (Quebec)  H2X 0A9

Dan Drucker, MD
Senior Scientist
Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

 
 

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