If you would like to know more about getting involved in our work then please contact Camilla Hansen Nejstgaard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can you be involved in our research?
As a student you can be involved in four different ways:
- As a student researcher on already planned projects
- As part of an undergraduate research year, where you lead your own project
- As a Master’s thesis student
- As part of an internship
What types of research can you do?
You can be involved in many projects. Our main research areas are:
- Bias in clinical trials
- Bias in systematic reviews
- Placebo effects
- Industry funding and conflicts of interest in biomedical research
- Citation practices in biomedical research
- Screening and overdiagnosis
Why should you get involved?
- Because research is fun
- Because skills in evidence-based medicine is useful when you start your professional career
- Because getting your research published is awesome
- Because we make great coffee