SRHRL Past Project: Social Networking and Online Health Communities: Identifying and Describing Patient-Generated Registries
Evaluation 101 for Human Rights Organizations, Part 3: Participatory Methods to Answer Different Evaluation Questions
Kay Frydenborg introduces her middle-grade book, Wild Horse Scientists, about the horses of Assateague Island and the people who study and work with them.
In the midst of a “crisis” in the ability to replicate the results of laboratory research, a European consortium has conducted a large-scale animal study that closely mimics a human clinical trial.
Workshop on Responsible Professional Practices in a Changing Research Environment: Teaching Research Ethics
As new drugs and medical devices make their way through the FDA’s approval process at an accelerated rate, research on their safety and efficacy is not always as rigorous as it should be, experts cautioned at a AAAS event.