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Promoting scientist-advocate collaborations in cancer research: why and how.

Advocates bring unique and important viewpoints to the cancer research process, ensuring that scientific and medical advances are patient-centered and relevant. In this article, we discuss the benefits of engaging advocates in cancer research and underscore ways in which both the scientific and patient communities can facilitate this mutually beneficial collaboration. We discuss how to establish and nurture successful scientist-advocate relationships throughout the research process. We review opportunities ...


The 2nd Annual Clinical Scientist Trainee Symposium, August 22, 2017, London, Canada.

Clinician scientists play a critical role in bridging research and clinical practice. Unfortunately, the neglect of research training in medical schools has created clinicians who are unable to translate evidence from literature to practice. Furthermore, the erosion of research training in medical education has resulted in clinicians who lack the skills required for successful scientific investigation. To counteract this, the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry has made an effort to engage trainees, at ...

An interview with Elly Tanaka.

Elly Tanaka is a senior scientist at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology in Vienna, Austria. Her lab's research uses the axolotl - which possesses impressive regenerative capacity - to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying limb and spinal cord regeneration. We met Elly in her office in Vienna on the occasion of the recent SY-Stem symposium (see Meeting Review by Porrello and Kirkeby in this issue) to talk about what drew her to regeneration research and the axolotl, the chall...


Dr Jyoti Patel, ESC Scientist of Tomorrow, interviews Dr Eva Van Rooij.

What Does a Modern Anatomist Look like? Current Trends in the Training of Anatomy Educators.

Anatomical sciences are foundational to the health professions, yet little is known about the qualifications of anatomy educators at the graduate and professional level in the United States. Moreover, there is concern that the number of qualified anatomy educators being trained may be insufficient to meet the growing demand posed by new and expanded programs in medicine and allied health specialties. The authors surveyed anatomists from across the country to (i) characterize the educational credentials of c...

Is an MD/PhD program right for me? Advice on becoming a physician-scientist.

We are living in a golden age of biomedical research in which it is increasingly feasible to translate fundamental discoveries into new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to human illnesses. Inherited diseases are being cured with gene therapy. Cancer cells are being eliminated with less toxic small molecule inhibitors and reengineered T-cells. Direct connections are being made between the central nervous system and prosthetic devices. These efforts are being led by scientists and engineers, some of whom...

Harnessing the power of communities: Career networking strategies for bioscience PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.

With an ever more competitive global labour market, coupled with an ever-increasing population of PhD-qualified graduates, the ability to communicate effectively and build strategic connections with others can be advantageous in the job-search process. Whether in pursuit of a tenure-track or non-academic position, many postdoctoral researchers and PhD students will benefit from networking as early as possible to enhance their career propsects. Sometimes viewed cynically as 'using people' or dismissed as 'th...

Registered nurses' preferences for rural and urban jobs: A discrete choice experiment.

Recruitment and retention of nurses is an ongoing challenge for employers in rural areas worldwide. There is limited information available regarding influences on nurses' job choice in the U.S. and little understanding of how nurses make trade-offs between desired and less desirable job characteristics when choosing between jobs.

Personalized postdoctoral fellowship care.

Future physician-scientists: could we catch them young? Factors influencing intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for research among first-year medical students.

The medical field is currently facing a physician-scientist shortage. One possible solution is to direct medical students towards a research oriented career. To do so, knowledge is needed on how to motivate medical students to do research. Therefore, this study examines motivation for research and identifies factors influencing intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for research among first-year medical students.

Advancing Tobacco Product Warning Labels Research Methods and Theory: A Summary of a Grantee Meeting Held by the US National Cancer Institute.

The World Health Organization's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control recommends prominent pictorial health warnings on tobacco products. To advance research methods, theory and understanding of how tobacco product warning labels (TPWLs) work, the US National Cancer Institute convened a grantee meeting. Our article describes the key insights that emerged from the meeting, situated within the context of the scientific literature.

Interview With Jean-Daniel Lelièvre, PU-PH, Head of the Research Clinic of the VRI (Vaccine Research Institute).

National Institute on Drug Abuse International Program: improving opioid use disorder treatment through international research training.

For more than 25 years, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has supported research-training programs, establishing a global research network and expanding the knowledge base on substance use disorders. International research to inform approaches to opioid addiction is particularly important and relevant to the United States, where opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose constitute an emerging public health crisis. This article summarizes the NIDA International Program and illustrates its impact by re...

The Impact of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education on Academic Research.

Surveys of institutional representatives of member institutions and faculty members engaged in the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education (NIPTE) revealed that NIPTE is having a positive impact on academic research in the area of pharmaceutical technology by aligning research directions with FDA needs, by providing funding that may not be available elsewhere, and by creating a collegial and collaborative relationship among researchers in this area from various institutions. NIPTE is ...

A Nutritionist's Perspective on Behavioral Assessment.

The perspective shared here is that of a nutritionist who has been collaborating with a behavioral scientist for 20 years. Examples will be related to long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, the subject of our collaboration. While it is well accepted that nutrition is key to optimal human health and development, nutrition intervention trials in populations and randomized controlled trials of specific nutrients that have measured these outcomes have occurred relatively recently. Studies of nutrition and beha...

Clinical Research Nurse Education: Using Scope and Standards of Practice to Improve Care.

A staff shortage of clinical research nurses leaves a few to cover the jobs of many, and heavy workloads lead to decreased quality care and practices. A new plan of hiring inexperienced nurses was implemented at a comprehensive cancer center to help quickly fill roles; however, challenges arose with training. In response, the research nurse leadership team created a course using the clinical research nursing scope and standards of practice. The results validated the need for this course and supported plans ...

Stepan Minaievich Khodjamirov.

The article involves archive documents to restore at its most fullness the biography of Stepan Minaievich Khodjamirov. In 1938--1940 he was a former rector of the first Moscow medical institute. S.M. Khodjamirov was born in 1893. He participated in the First World War (1914--1918), in revolutionary events during becoming of the Soviet power in Caucasus (1918--1921). In 1923, he entered medical faculty of the Moscow first medical university, graduated it in 1926 and proceeded education in odinatura (clinical...

Do Women and Men Have the Same Patterns of Multiple Occupational Carcinogenic Exposures? Results from a Cohort of Cancer Patients.

Complex exposure situations are frequent at the workplace, but few studies have characterized multiple occupational carcinogenic exposures (MOCE) and their gendered differences across jobs' characteristics. We assessed MOCE separately in male and female jobs and identified patterns of MOCE at job level. Participants (834 men and 183 women) were cancer patients recruited between March 2002 and December 2010 in the ongoing SCOP93 cohort study, Seine-Saint-Denis department, France. Job histories were collected...

Cardiovascular Research Institute Basel.

A Universal Influenza Vaccine: The Strategic Plan for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

A priority for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is development of an influenza vaccine providing durable protection against multiple influenza strains, including those that may cause a pandemic, i.e., a universal influenza vaccine. To invigorate research efforts, NIAID developed a strategic plan focused on knowledge gaps in three major research areas, as well as additional resources required to ensure progress towards a universal influenza vaccine. NIAID will use this plan a...

Six decades of Neurology at NIMHANS: A historical perspective.

The Department of Neurology, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bengaluru, Karnataka has a long tradition of excellence in education, teaching, research, and patient care. Its exceptional alumni, as well as current and past faculty members, have made considerable contributions to the development of neurological services throughout the world. The six decades of its existence have seen a momentous growth in clinical, investigative, and community Neurology. As a result of the imme...

An Accidental Scientist: Chance, Failure, Risk-Taking, and Mentoring.

I never intended to become a scientist. My career developed on the basis of chance happenings, repeated failure, the willingness to take risks and the acceptance and provision of mentoring. My career has included periods of difficulty and shifted back and forth between academic health centers and universities in Canada. Although I have been amply recognized for my successes, my greatest learning has come from my failures. My greatest satisfaction has been in the development, evaluation and dissemination of ...

A Novel Stakeholder Engagement Approach for Patient-centered Outcomes Research.

The engagement of patients and other stakeholders is a critical element in the design of patient-centered outcomes research studies. However, methodology for scalable engagement in research management particularly activities such as operationalization of principles and setting of priorities is not well-developed. The objective of this study is to describe a novel approach for scalable stakeholder engagement in research aligned with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) engagement principl...

NUCare: Advancing research on technological integration for self-management in the aging population.

The Center for Technology in Support of Self-Management and Health (NUCare) is an exploratory research center funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research's P20 mechanism positioned to conduct rigorous research on the integration of technology in the self-management of the older adult population.

Strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities of French research in trophic ecology.

The French National Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE) aims at fostering pluridisciplinarity in Environmental Science and, for that purpose, funds ex muros research groups (GDR) on thematic topics. Trophic ecology has been identified as a scientific field in ecology that would greatly benefit from such networking activity, as being profoundly scattered. This has motivated the seeding of a GDR, entitled "GRET". The contours of the GRET's action, and its ability to fill these gaps within trophic ecol...


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