Methods in Research on Research (MiRoR)

MIROR is an innovative and ambitious joint doctoral training programme funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, dedicated to Methods in Research on Research (MIROR) in the field of clinical research.
“Research on Research”, is an emerging new scientific discipline that aims to reduce waste in research and increase research value.
Tens of billions of Euros are wasted each year on studies that are redundant, flawed in their design, never published or poorly reported. The public is the main victim of this waste and reducing waste and increasing value of research represents a major societal challenge. MIROR will train 15 PhD students to become the future generation of high-level scientists to develop innovative methods of Research on Research. The students will be awarded with a double degree.

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Short profiles are available here

MiRoR news

  • 3-year fully funded Marie Curie PhD fellowships in Computer Science
    3-year fully funded Marie Curie PhD fellowships in Computer Science

    The Information, WrittEN and Signed Language (ILES) group at the Computer Science Laboratory for Mechanics and Engineering Sciences (LIMSI) of CNRS in Paris is inviting applications for 2 PhD fellowships funded by the European project MiRoR: “Methods in Research on Research”. Part of the Marie Sklodowska Curie actions (ITN-EJD), MiRoR involves several renowned teams throughout…

  • Marie Curie PhD fellowships in Methods in Research on Research
    Marie Curie PhD fellowships in Methods in Research on Research

    Deadline May 1, 2016 We offer 15 fully-funded 3-year PhD fellowships within a European Joint Doctorate Program in Methods In Research On Research (MIROR) in the field of clinical research. PhD students will benefit from a strong and innovative training programme, secondment in academic and non-academic institutions, a joint supervision.  

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This project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Networks- European Joint doctorate (ITN-EJD) Under grant agreement No:676207.
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