A new editorial has just been published which aims to give researchers some helpful tips on how to plan and structure clinical cancer research projects.
The authors, Mieke Van Hemelrijcke and Cecilia Bosco from King's College London, describe how, in their experience, careful planning in an open and honest multidisciplinary research environment has proven to be very rewarding, both in terms of research findings as well as the development of personal research skills.
This editorial sets out guidelines which will be particularly useful to researchers with little experience in planning research projects, as well as honing the skills of those who have been involved with such initiatives already.
Read the full article here.
(28 Mar 2017)