STREAM is a collaboration of researchers who share a common set of principles about the goals and methods for studying clinical translation. We apply empirical and philosophical tools for addressing scientific, ethical, and policy challenges in the development and translation of health technologies. Our members work in ethics, epidemiology, biology, psychology, and various medical specialties. The network is centered at McGill University, and has affiliates throughout North America and abroad.
STREAM is inviting applications for a postdoctoral research fellow with a background in research ethics, epidemiology, biostatistics, or meta-research.
See here for more details on the position and application process.
London AJ, Kimmelman J. Clinical Trial Portfolios: A Critical Oversight in Human Research Ethics, Drug Regulation, and Policy. Hastings Center Report. August 20, 2019.
MacPherson A, Kimmelman J. Ethical development of stem-cell-based interventions. Nature Medicine. July 3, 2019.
Pratte M, Ganeshamoorthy S, Carlisle B, Kimmelman J. How well are Phase 2 cancer trial publications supported by preclinical efficacy evidence? International Journal of Cancer. May 14, 2019.
Federico C, Wang T, Doussau A, Mogil J, Fergusson D, Kimmelman J. Assessment of Pregabalin Postapproval Trials and the Suggestion of Efficacy for New Indications: A Systematic Review. JAMA Internal Medicine. January 1, 2019.
When Clinical Trials Are Marketing Ploys, Not Science. Forbes. November 28, 2018.
Unconfirmed exploratory trials after approvals may cause too much off-label prescribing. STAT News. December 12, 2018.
Kimmelman J, Waligora M, Lynch HF. Participant Protection in Phase 1 Pediatric Cancer Trials. JAMA Pediatrics. November 12, 2018.
Jonathan Kimmelman quoted in Nature on the use of registries for preclinical trials.
Jonathan Kimmelman quoted in Chemistry World on the hype surrounding unproven stem-cell based interventions.
Jonathan Kimmelman quoted in Bloomberg on the ethics of genetic medicine.
Jonathan Kimmelman quoted in STAT News on a study of a diagnostic cancer test published with missing data.
Jonathan Kimmelman interviewed by Radio Canada about a controversial pediatric cancer study conducted at Montreal's Ste-Justine Hospital.