Academic – NHS – Industry Collaboration in Experimental Medicine – NHS Insttitute for Health Research – 2011

Posted on May 10, 2011. Filed under: Knowledge Translation, Research | Tags: |

Academic – NHS – Industry Collaboration in Experimental Medicine – NHS Insttitute for Health Research – 2011

“The ability of academia, the NHS and industry to collaborate in more productive ways will speed translation of scientific ideas and observations into therapeutics and benefits for patients.

Collaboration is effective when it teams complementary scientific skills, knowledge and technologies to tackle a complex research issue. It is most pertinent when undertaking the early clinical phase in the development of a new healthcare product. At a recent workshop involving the directors of academic experimental medicine centres and industry scientists, a number of complementary strengths and resources were highlighted:”  … continues

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