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“Bad Blood” Highlights the Issues with No Administrative Barrier between Research and Clinical Data: Part 5 of 5

In order to get approval by the food and drug administration clinical and research data have to be organized

Read my last post in a series on data-related misconduct at startup Theranos outlined in the book, “Bad Blood”, where I discuss their lack of administrative barrier between research and clinical data.

“Bad Blood” is a Lesson in How Bad Leadership Leads to Bad Data: Part 4 of 5

Data science leaders do not always realize they are responsible for writing policies about governance and data stewardship

As a data science leader, what should you put in place so your organization doesn’t end up a data mess like startup Theranos? This blog posts provides guidance.

“Bad Blood” Shows how Theranos was an Abject Failure in Data Stewardship: Part 3 of 5

Data stewardship includes developing policies about cybersecurity, privacy and confidentiality of data

The book “Bad Blood” describes the fall of startup unicorn Theranos, but also provides insight into the company’s abject failure at data stewardship, which I talk about in this blog post.