EBPhD student Hélène awarded for the EBPI mini grant “Guest Scientist for a Day”

Hélène receives internal funding for inviting Su Golder from the University of York, UK to the EBPI for a two-day visit entitled “Using unpublished data, text mining and social media to retrieve evidence on adverse effects”.
Su Golder's research interests include information retrieval, systematic reviews, methodology, unpublished and difficult to locate data, and adverse effects of healthcare interventions.
We are looking forward to welcoming Su in early October, 2018.
Congratulations for this achievement, Hélène!

Manfred Müller