Jeremy Howick’s research draws on his interdisciplinary training as a philosopher of science and clinical epidemiologist. He has two related areas of interest: (1) Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), including EBM ‘hierarchies’ of evidence, clinical epidemiology, and how point of care tests might improve practice; and (2) philosophy of medicine, including the epistemological foundations of Evidence-Based Medicine, and the ethics of placebos in trials and practice.
On March 25th at 3 PM, he will be speaking on “How Useful is Basic Mechanistic Research for Discovering Medical Treatments that Benefit Humans?” All are welcome, so please join us!
Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
3:00 – 5:00 PM
3647 Peel St., Room 102
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