Intersection of Systematic Review Methodology with the NIH Reproducibility Initiative

@article{Thayer2014IntersectionOS,
  title={Intersection of Systematic Review Methodology with the NIH Reproducibility Initiative},
  author={K. Thayer and M. Wolfe and Andrew A. Rooney and A. Boyles and J. Bucher and L. Birnbaum},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2014},
  volume={122},
  pages={A176 - A177}
}
In a landmark 2005 paper published in PLoS Medicine, Ioannidis posited that " most current published research findings are false " (Ioannidis 2005). Consistent with this opinion are reports that drug develop ment has been hin­ dered and many clinical trials wasted based on published findings from pre­ clinical studies that with further effort could not be reproduced (Begley and Ellis 2012). The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently outlined a sweeping set of initia tives to address the… Expand
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