SPARK Norway Educational Forum: Data Quality and Reproducibility

Solid research is the basis for all new innovations. However, too often data generated in academia turns out to be irreproducible by others and therefor fail in translation to new products and treatments. What does it take to achieve reproducible high quality data?

The meeting is part of the SPARK Norway Educational Forum Series 2: Quality, regulatory and IP – monthly open meetings organized by UiO:Life Science and SPARK Norway partners.

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Talks from experts from LINK Medical Research AS to answer the questions:

  • What does it take to achieve reproducible high quality data?
  • What regulations are relevant for development of health-related products?
  • How can we change our mindset and the way we work in academia in order to have consistent high quality research output?
  • What does this have to do with your innovative research projects?


Randi Riise, MSc, Link Medical, QA department

She has experience from Big Pharma, small biotech and Health Authorities and within Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Operations and QA. She has been working in Link Medical  since 2005.


Hilde Ringstad, MScPharm, Link Medical, QA department

She joined Link Medical in 2018,  and has experience from Health Authorities, pharmaceutical industry and wholesale of medicinal products.






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Published Dec. 11, 2018 9:41 PM - Last modified Nov. 20, 2019 7:33 AM