The CRS promotes rigorous and transparent research practices in general and methodologically supports replication studies tailored to the different fields of empirical research at UZH.
Through such support and collaboration, shortcomings of traditional methodology for original and replication studies will be determined and sought to be settled by CRS methodologists.
CRS research projects lead to fruitful collaborations across faculties and to third-party funding applications.
- Assessing Publication Bias in Clinical Trials
Simon Schwab, Giuachin Kreiliger, Leonhard Held
- Biostatisticians’ Impact on Quality in Medical Research (BIQMR)
Eva Furrer, Ulrike Held, Klaus Steigmiller
Presentation of the protocol at the Conference of the Austro-Swiss Region of the International Biometric Society in September 2019: A meta-research study on quality and impact of biostatisticians in health research
- Design and Analysis of Replication Studies
Leonhard Held, Charlotte Micheloud, Samuel Pawel
Paper on arXive: A New Standard for the Analysis and Design of Replication Studies, key note talk at the RSS meeting in September 2019
Talks at the Bayesian Biostatistics meeting in Lyon, May 2019
Sample Size Calculation for Replication Studies
Predictive Evaluation of Replication Studies
- Foster Open and Reproducible Reanalysis of Scientific Data (FORRESD)
Simon Schwab, Eva Furrer, Leonhard Held