Guide to improving the rigour & reproducibility of personalised medicine research

Guide to improving the rigour & reproducibility of personalised medicine research

Join Vibeke Fosse & Dr Nikki Osborne for this FREE webinar discusses ‘Guide to improving the rigour & reproducibility of personalised medicine research’.

During this session Vibeke (Veterinarian & researcher at the University of Bergen) talks about the challenges of conducting rigorous and reproducible personalised medicine research. She also discusses the results of a PERMIT-EATRIS project to evaluate translational methods for personalised medicine and the resulting recommendations for robust and reproducible preclinical research in personalised medicine.

In the session you will learn about:
– the challenges of conducting preclinical research in personalised medicine;
– a scoping review evaluating translational methods;
– recommendations to enhance research rigour and reproducibility;
– freely available tools and resources plus next steps and how to get involved.

You will also have access to download session handouts including a PDF copy of the slideset.

After completing this on-demand webinar you are eligible to receive a personal certificate of attendance. This can be used for CPD purposes &/or to add to your personal training records. The certificate costs £5 and is available upon request via email.

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