Could the new Life Sciences Strategy be a bit too Basic for the UK’s needs?

First, the positive. Last week the Medical Research Council (MRC) announced that Professor Andrew Morris had been appointed Director of the new UK health and biomedical informatics research institute. Why should this matter to you and I? Because this is the second occasion in less than six months when a senior research leader in the UK... Continue Reading →

Government pushes forward with review to speed up availability of innovative medicines and treatments

Two posts in one day!  Ah, those were the days when we got two Post Office deliveries a day.... Just to say the Government has published the full terms of reference for its Innovative Medicines and MedTech Review to be headed up by Sir Hugh Taylor who is currently Chair of Guy's and St Thomas's.  Yes, that's... Continue Reading →

It’s a personal thing: You say stratified medicine and I say…

The UK Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS) does not do hyperbole.  This is a good thing considering the histrionics that usually accompanies discussion about stratified medicine. AMS brought out its long-awaited report on stratified medicine on Friday entitled 'Realising the potential of stratified medicine.' It's straight-laced approach to the subject matter means it failed to... Continue Reading →

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