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.
Congratulations to Benjamin Carlisle, the winner of the 2015 Rabinowitch Fellowship!
Our Latest Publications
Alex John London, Jonathan Kimmelman. Point of view: Why clinical translation cannot succeed without failure. eLife, 4:e12844. 2015.
Valerie C Henderson, Nadine Demko, Amanda Hakala, Nathalie MacKinnon, Carole A Federico, Dean Fergusson, Jonathan Kimmelman. A meta-analysis of threats to valid clinical inference in preclinical research of sunitinib. eLife, 4:e08351. 2015.
Hakala A, Kimmelman J, Carlisle BG, Freeman G and Fergusson D. Accessibility of trial reports for drugs stalling in development: a systematic assessment of registered trials. BMJ, 2015. (As featured in The Globe and Mail!)
Hey SP and Kimmelman, J. Are Outcome-Adaptive Allocation Trials Ethical? Clinical Trials, 2015.
Carlisle BG, Kimmelman J, Ramsay T, MacKinnon N. Unsuccessful Trial Accrual and Human Subjects Protections: An Empirical Analysis of Recently Closed Trials. Clinical Trials, 2014.