TRAIN Central Station is the online platform for venture philanthropy in medical research, where foundations that fund research share best practices, exchange ideas, and find relevant tools and resources
Patient registries can be powerful sources of patient perspective data, a new report from FasterCures illustrates. Decision-makers in research, industry, policy and health-care settings are increasingly seeking robust sources of patient data to inform patient-centered practices, policies and outputs. This report is aimed at establishing reliable methods and practices for understanding and incorporating patient needs into the process of developing, regulating and delivering new therapies.
FasterCures embarked on an effort to craft template grant agreement language after it was suggested at the September 2014 TRAIN workshop on University-Foundation Partnerships. To ensure that others can weigh in, provide input and learn from this conversation, we recently released the model provisions.
Watch our March webinar on culture change. What can the biomedical R&D ecosystem learn from the vast literature and learnings from outside the space about how to change organizational culture and behavior to build a more effective, efficient enterprise?