Bryn Lander is a PhD student in UBC’s Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program under Steve Morgan’s supervision. Her mixed methods thesis project looks at how infection and immunity researchers collaborate across sectors in Vancouver, BC with the goal of better understanding how research becomes applied to different facets of healthcare. Bryn has previously worked as a federal science policy analyst and in university administration.
- Lander, B. Sectoral collaboration in biomedical research and development. Scientometrics. Published online first. 2012, May 26.
- Lander, B. Between theory and craft: Exploring the role of co-operation within scientific research labs. Spontaneous Generations. 2011;5(1):58-74.
- Lander, B and Thorsteinsdottir H. Developing biomedical innovation capacity in India. Science and Public Policy. 2011;38(10): 767-781.
- Lander, B and Atkinson-Grosjean J. Translational science and the hidden research system in universities and academic hospitals: A case study. Social Science & Medicine. 2011;72: 537-544.
- Lander, B, Hanley GE, and Atkinson-Grosjean J. Clinician-scientists in Canada: Barriers to career entry and progress. PLOS One. 2010;5(10): e13168.
- Lander, B, H Thorsteinsdottir, PA Singer, and AS Daar. Harnessing stem cells for health needs in India. Cell Stem Cell. 2008;3(1): 11-15.