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Towards a novel method of research evaluation: tracking proximity change in translational research projects

AuthorsLang, Frédérique; Hopkins, Michael M.; Molas Gallart, Jordi ; Rafols, Ismael ; Tang, Puay
KeywordsResearch evaluation
Biomedical projects
Translational research
Issue Date2016
CitationEU-SPRI Conference (2016)
AbstractBiomedical breakthroughs are often disappointingly slow to emerge (Hopkins et al. 2006; Hopkins et al. 2007). Frustrations around apparent inefficiency have led to a policy push promoting translational research. This paper is concerned with the question: How can the progress of such efforts be evaluated? Traditional research evaluation tends to focus on outputs and so may not be suitable for detecting translation in progress, particularly when these outputs may take many years to emerge (Molas-Gallart et al. forthcoming).
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la Annual Conference of the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation (EU-SPRI), celebrada en Lund University (Sweden) del 7 al 10 de junio de 2016 con el tema: “Exploring New Avenues for Innovation and Research Policies”.
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