The optimism surrounding multi-stakeholder research initiatives does not match the clear view of policies that are needed to exploit the potential of these collaborations. Here we propose some action items that stem from the integration between research advancements with the perspectives of patient-advocacy organizations, academia, and industry.

Steps towards Collective Sustainability in Biomedical Research / Salvetti, Marco; Lubetzki, Catherine; Kapoor, Raj; Ristori, Giovanni; Costa, Ericka; Battaglia, Mario A.; Andreaus, Michele; Abbracchio, Maria Pia; Matarese, Giuseppe; Zaratin, Paola. - In: TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE. - ISSN 1471-4914. - 24:5(2018), pp. 429-432. [10.1016/j.molmed.2018.03.001]

Steps towards Collective Sustainability in Biomedical Research

Salvetti, Marco;Matarese, Giuseppe;
2018

Abstract

The optimism surrounding multi-stakeholder research initiatives does not match the clear view of policies that are needed to exploit the potential of these collaborations. Here we propose some action items that stem from the integration between research advancements with the perspectives of patient-advocacy organizations, academia, and industry.
2018
Steps towards Collective Sustainability in Biomedical Research / Salvetti, Marco; Lubetzki, Catherine; Kapoor, Raj; Ristori, Giovanni; Costa, Ericka; Battaglia, Mario A.; Andreaus, Michele; Abbracchio, Maria Pia; Matarese, Giuseppe; Zaratin, Paola. - In: TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE. - ISSN 1471-4914. - 24:5(2018), pp. 429-432. [10.1016/j.molmed.2018.03.001]
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