French biomedical research: an assessment of reality

August 29, 2013 – 01:53

CIRCLE. To read the survey conducted in "Les Echos" (19/05/2010 and 20/05/2010, cf. Proposed link), the French research in the life sciences and health décrocherait inevitably not only outstripped by some leading countries of science as the United States, England, Germany and Japan, but caught or overtaken by outsiders such as Switzerland or Sweden.

Actually, this is a simplistic analysis, which is first to measure the effectiveness of our research for the sole bibliometric reading, then do consider it only in terms criteria ignoring some French specificities to finally ignore with great effort, newer and sometimes more dramatic to improve the governance of our research and even beyond its effectiveness.

What then of our research in France Life Sciences and Health? What about the place in an international competition where the United States come to invest at the stimulus package President Barack Obama ten billion additional dollars in addition to thirty billion existing NIH? Beyond only bibliometric criteria, against which (we'll) France is far from occupying the site confusing that some want a little too quickly assign the dynamism of research can be measured using other markers.

For even essential, bibliometrics can not be the sole criterion for assessing the strength of the research. France, for example, has to rank for the second consecutive year 1 among European nations by its success rate in tenders "young researchers in life sciences" of the European Research Council. A result that undoubtedly reflects the attractiveness of our laboratories. France also has a leading role in the construction of the European Research Area: We dirigeonsla first pilot joint programming initiative dedicated to neurodegenerative diseases, particularly Alzheimer's disease, and coordinate two European infrastructure of primary importance, designed to create a network of clinical research centers and laboratories, high biosafety. From this point of view, the culture of major programs gives us a substantial advantage to enter the ground floor in this "big science" that become biomedical research.

The business of research in the life sciences and health, including basic research and beyond, so the only medical advances, has a major impact socioécononomique. Technological development activities and education, involvement in expertise, related associations and, more generally, the dissemination of knowledge are all criteria that we must take into account the evaluation of researchers.

Source: lecercle.lesechos.fr

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