The opening of the QUEST Center for Transforming Biomedical Research

November 16, 2017 - November 17, 2017Leibniz-Saal at Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Markgrafenstraße 38, 10117 Berlin
Last modified: October 4, 2017

The Berlin Institute of Health cordially invites you to the opening of the Quest Center for Transforming Biomedical Research in Berlin on 16 and 17 November, 2017.

The Center for Transforming Biomedical Research of the Berlin Institute of Health was founded in 2017. The acronym QUEST represents its main themes Quality | Ethics | Open Science | Translation. QUEST strives to maximize the quality, reproducibility, generalizability, and validity of BIH research. Ultimately, QUEST aims to foster a change in the culture of academic biomedicine even beyond the BIH, towards greater scientific rigour, transparency, as well as academic rewards and incentives conducive to sound science.

By conducting meta-research and providing education, tools and services, QUEST addresses topics such as quality assurance in research, bioethics of translation, open science, rewards & incentives, as well as citizen science. QUEST is directed by Prof. Dr. Ulrich Dirnagl, who also heads the Department of Experimental Neurology at the Charité.

Seven outstanding national and international scientists will be speaking on the Center’s themes. A highlight will be Dr. David Moher’s (University of Ottawa, Canada) Keynote Lecture ‘The quest for better behavior in science’.

Please register before 30 October 2017. The number of places is limited. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.


Deadline: October 30, 2017

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