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Are the common indicators we use to measure research performance still up to date? How should research results be published so that they - including the "negative" ones - are available to all? How can we align our research more closely with the needs of citizens and allow them to participate in health research?

These and other questions are the focus of the inaugural event of QUEST - Center for Transforming Biomedical Research at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH).

The talks can be found in the media library.

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Seven internationally renowned scientists will present their work and ideas.
Among other things

  • David Moher (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Kanada)
  • Ernst Hafen (ETH Zürich; Schweiz)
  • Ivan Oransky (New York University School of Medicine; USA)
  • und Frank Miedema (University Medical Center Utrecht; NL)

will speak on the topic of reducing waste - increasing value, which is currently the subject of intense debate in biomedicine.

The event will be moderated by Ulrich Dirnagl, founding director of the QUEST Center (BIH and Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin).

OPENING of the QUEST CENTER at Berlin Institute of Health
16. & 17. November 2017
Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW, Leibniz Saal)
Markgrafenstraße 38
10117 Berlin