Tagged: research

British Medical Journal

BMJ Extends Their Data Sharing Policy

BMJ is one of the first medical journals and now known as a global brand with a worldwide audience. It aims to help medical organisations and clinicians tackle today’s most critical healthcare challenges by...

Contribute to BioSharing.org

Why it is important to share research data. The ultimate goal of majority research projects these days is to improve the life of the society. The amount of data generated by researchers is rapidly growing....

aliveandkickin

A patient advocate for cancer research

This is the first part of a guest blog post written by Dave Dubin. Read the second part here. 1997 seems so far away.  I’m 29, still a strapping 200 plus pounds, playing soccer,...

Anna Middleton

Involving participants in genomics research

Guest post by Dr Anna Middleton, Senior Staff Scientist, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. This blog post was originally published by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. The blog post is based on the talk Dr Middleton...

The Patient Charter

Genome sequencing: What do patients think?

Guest post by Alice Hazelton from the Genetic Alliance UK Genomic information has the potential to transform healthcare. Researchers are continually learning more about the genome and the genetic basis of disease and as the...