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Edited By Michael Williams, Michael J. The documented lack of reproducibility in biomedical research directly impacts the value and output of drug discovery disciplines like pharmacology that are integral for understanding disease pathophysiology, the discovery of drug targets, and the development of new drug candidates. This chapter discusses the reproducibility issue in the context of the challenges facing the biopharmaceutical industry in the 21st century. These issues are placed in the context of the systemic flaws and perverse career incentives that characterize the current biomedical research culture, the unintended consequences from which appear to sufficient consequences to change behaviors that result in bad science.
This emphasizes the need for the biomedical research community to proactively improve reproducibility via initiatives like the recent AAM Framework for Improving the Quality of Research. This article has not been cited. History Tidbits « Historical Society of St. Past President of The Historical Society of St.
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