The CAMARADES research group: history, mission and strategies.
Bringing evidence to translational medicine
The Collaborative Approach to Meta Analysis and Review of Animal Experimental Studies (CAMARADES) research group was founded in 2004 by Malcolm Macleod and David Howells, aiming to address translational failures in preclinical stroke research using systematic review and meta-analysis. Since then, the CAMARADES have broadened their scope to other disease models such as neuropathic pain and Alzheimer's disease.
The CAMARADES has pioneered in the field of preclinical systematic review, and in addition to carrying out their own research, provide a supportive framework for other research groups performing systematic review.
Mission and strategies
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Work with us
The team collaborates with researchers all around the world, including meta-researchers, preclinical researchers, clinicians, pharmaceutical companies, publishers, funders and policymakers.
Please contact us if you are interested in collaborating with us.