How to find biomedical research publications that are 'guaranteed' to be 'basic' (rather than applied) science?
A biomedical research paper that leads to a new evidence-based treatment guideline could be called the 'gold standard' of clinically-relevant research. Is there a 'gold standard' that defines a 'basic science' biomedical research paper? [more inside]
How does a biotech postdoc simultaneously explore academic and industry job opportunities? [more inside]
I am planning on doing biomedical engineering next year as part of a coursework master's. What bio-related job and career options will I have? [more inside]
How can I find a Japanese biomedical scientist within his/her first five years of starting a lab who will collaborate with my 'nanocluster biochemistry' lab? [more inside]
Should I pursue a Masters of Science Degree in Biomedical Informatics? [more inside]
What biomedical engineering labs are "underrated"? [more inside]
Biomedical engineering grad school questions: Where are the top biomedical engineering graduate programs, especially in biomechanics? And, perhaps more importantly, where is the groundbreaking work being done? Who are the "big fish" in the field? [more inside]
I'm writing a business plan for a company that will develop software for scientists doing biomedical research. I need to estimate the size of the market--e.g. how many labs in the U.S. fit this category. One starting point would be the number of grants given out annually by the NIH. Does any one know this number or know where I can find it? Any other suggestions as to how to make this estimate?