Good science is an act of courage…

Here is an interview with Peter Wilmshurst, cardiologist, researcher, and courageous advocate for doing science better.  He discusses some of the enormous pressures that can be brought to bear to shape the outcomes of industry research, and how, as a simple matter of course, he felt compelled to resist.



I'm a teacher, researcher, and gadfly of neuroscience. My research interests are in the neural basis of learning and memory, the history of neuroscience, computational neuroscience, bibliometrics, and the philosophy of science. I teach courses in neuroscience, statistics, research methods, learning and memory, and happiness. In my spare time I'm usually tinkering with computers, writing programs, or playing ice hockey.

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