Around the world, cross-border research and development (R&D) deals are on the rise, both in public and private systems. International co-publications, global budgets, industry/university/public partnerships – all have soared in the past decade.
Why do we study health? Because we want to help patients. it’s no rocket science. And yet, most clinical trials do not measure outcomes that are important for patients. Besides, researchers don’t agree on what the core set of outcomes should be. “Health care research is untidy.” — Mike Clarke.
When Dr. Bishop called for a revolution to wake up the doctors and educate the people, there were very few medications for addiction. Little did he know that it would take more than a century for things to start changing.
The small house at the end of the road was called The End of the Road. Later, they called it Brighton. The Brighton House was where Vancouver started in 1863. In 2014, I came to Vancouver with a pregnant wife and a Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellowship (Co-funded by the Irish Research Council).