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Research ethics is an important yet controversial subject. It is very dependent on culture and yet there is a basic research ethic that applies to one and all. I can answer most questions about ethical dilemma faced by scientists and subjects alike.

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I have been the professor clinical research for the last five years, and additional have been the dean of studies at the university. I have a number of papers published on the subject of ethics, especially concerning vulnerable populations. Basically I am a pharmacologist who began his career with preclinical research and graduated to clinical research over a period of three decades. I am also an expert in the field of Pharmacy on this site and have experience of handling questions for over ten years.


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Perspectives in clinical research Journal of Medical Hypotheses Prostaglandins The Lancet Journal of Pain and Palliative Care


B.Sc (Chemistry) M.Sc (Pharmacology) Ph.D (Medicine) MICR (UK) CCRA (USA)

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Many national awards.

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Jessica05/14/12101010Thank you very much!
Jerry03/04/11101010Thanks Mr. Ghooi

Recent Answers from Ravindra Ghooi

2014-04-29 PICOT Question:

Hi Sunny,  The places  where such information  would  be available are and pubmed. I am afraid you will not find tabulated information but you will have to dig deep into information on individual

2014-04-28 PICOT Question:

Hi Sunny,  This is a tough question. Olanzapine is used in children (adolescents) but  the manufacturer recommends that the physician may choose alternate drugs in view of  the long term toxicity in adolescents

2014-03-16 MRI Research Ethics:

Hi, Nikolas,  Let me first give you my opinion, and then the reasons.    1. Are your considerations worth and valid?  Yes, they are.    I would say that you are right in your concern, given the uncertainty


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