Tomorrow's Cures Today? How to Reform the Health Research System

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Index

a
ABC of science 6, 43
Academic establishment xi, 39, 48, 50, 125
Academic freedom 127
Academic house of cards 59, 62
Academic misconduct 99, 109
Academic performance 56, 63
Academic superstructure 62
Accountability for performance 93, 94
Accountability for wrong decisions 14, 15, 85
Activist groups (lobbies) 5, 92
Acts of commission and omission 26, 29
Advice on writing grant applications 118, 120
Agency pipers 55, 56, 100
Aging 101
Agnosticism 39
AIDS inhibitor xvii, 100
AIDS pandemic 21, 60
AIDS research xviii, 1, 83, 84
Allen, Grant 49, 147
Angier, Natalie 86, 143, 151
Animal models of disease 114
Animal rights 114, 115
Anonymity 76, 87, 103
Antibiotics xi, 99, 100
Antibody theory 26, 29
Antigen 26, 31
Aperion, David 76, 150
Applied research 67, 128
Archives of granting agencies 55, 102
Artifact of our times (competition) 68
Art of the plausible xi, 5, 73
Assessment criteria 55
Association of Health Agencies 137
Association of Liberal Thinkers 39
Astrology 3
Asymmetries in collaboration 76
Attributes required for complex tasks 19, 60
Attribution of credit in science 25, 33, 35, 53
Avery, Oswald 111

b
Balance between basic and applied research 67, 128
Bandwagon 46
Barriers to reproduction 35, 36, 50, 51
Basic science research 5, 7
Basic science research concepts still to be discovered 5, 101
Basic science research disrupts the status quo125

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