Glasses and Blind Spots: Through the Eyes of a Tester

Author Wenche Schrøder Bjorbækmo
(#4 in the Whole Person reflections series)

The test’s glasses and blind spots – seen through the confession and experience of a tester. (more…)


Re-Thinking Preclinical Research

How efficient is it really to exclude individual variability, context sensitivity and plurality of causes from lab models?

by Elena Rocca

Faith in medical research has decreased recently. Despite all the expectations of ‘personalized medicine’ and ‘tailored drug research’ since the dawn of the post genomic era, pre-clinical medical research has remained pretty much the same. (more…)