Elena Rocca
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Philosophy of Biology: Philosophical bias is the one bias that science cannot avoid
F Andersen, RL Anjum, E Rocca
Elife 8, e44929, 2019
TSHZ1-dependent gene regulation is essential for olfactory bulb development and olfaction
D Ragancokova, E Rocca, AMM Oonk, H Schulz, E Rohde, J Bednarsch, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 124 (3), 1-14, 2022
Rethinking causality, complexity and evidence for the unique patient: a causehealth resource for healthcare professionals and the clinical encounter
RL Anjum, S Copeland, E Rocca
Springer Nature, 2020
Medical scientists and philosophers worldwide appeal to EBM to expand the notion of ‘evidence’
RL Anjum, S Copeland, E Rocca
BMJ evidence-based medicine 25 (1), 6-8, 2020
Complexity, reductionism and the biomedical model
E Rocca, RL Anjum
Rethinking causality, complexity and evidence for the unique patient, 75-94, 2020
Humoral and cellular immune responses in mice after airway administration of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ab and MON810 cry1Ab-transgenic maize
M Andreassen, E Rocca, T Bøhn, OG Wikmark, J van den Berg, M Løvik, ...
Food and Agricultural Immunology 26 (4), 521-537, 2015
Bridging the boundaries between scientists and clinicians—mechanistic hypotheses and patient stories in risk assessment of drugs
E Rocca
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 23 (1), 114-120, 2017
Pharmacovigilance as scientific discovery: an argument for trans-disciplinarity
E Rocca, S Copeland, I Ralph Edwards
Drug safety 42 (10), 1115-1124, 2019
Causal evidence and dispositions in medicine and public health
E Rocca, RL Anjum
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (6), 1813, 2020
CauseHealth: integrating philosophical perspectives into person centered healthcare
R Anjum, S Copeland, S Mumford, E Rocca
European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare 3 (4), 427-430, 2015
The judgements that evidence‐based medicine adopts
E Rocca
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 24 (5), 1184-1190, 2018
How biological background assumptions influence scientific risk evaluation of stacked genetically modified plants: an analysis of research hypotheses and argumentations
E Rocca, F Andersen
Life sciences, society and policy 13 (1), 1-20, 2017
From ideal to real risk: philosophy of causation meets risk analysis
RL Anjum, E Rocca
Risk Analysis 39 (3), 729-740, 2019
Causal insights from failure: Post-marketing risk assessment of drugs as a way to uncover causal mechanisms
E Rocca, RL Anjum, S Mumford
Uncertainty in Pharmacology, 39-57, 2020
Remdesivir in the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis of spontaneous reports in VigiBase during 2020
E Rocca, O Gauffin, R Savage, SH Vidlin, B Grundmark
Drug Safety 44 (9), 987-998, 2021
Erice call for change: Utilising patient experiences to enhance the quality and safety of healthcare
E Rocca, RL Anjum
Drug Safety 43 (6), 513-515, 2020
The guidelines challenge-Philosophy, practice, policy
RL Anjum, S Copeland, R Kerry, E Rocca
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 24 (5), 2018
Evidence of biological mechanisms and health predictions: an insight into clinical reasoning
S Pérez-González, E Rocca
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 65 (1), 89-105, 2022
Introduction: Why is philosophy relevant for clinical practice?
RL Anjum, S Copeland, E Rocca
Rethinking Causality, Complexity and Evidence for the Unique Patient, 3-11, 2020
Why causal evidencing of risk fails. An example from oil contamination
E Rocca, RL Anjum
Ethics, Policy & Environment 22 (2), 197-213, 2019
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