Why We All Need MyIRE

This is one of medicine’s dirty secrets: Most results, including those that appear in top-flight peer-reviewed journals, can’t be reproduced

Glen Begley, Amgen WSJ

Our lives depend on our doctors' advice.

We all get sick, and when we do, we turn to our doctor for their expert opinion on how to navigate the available treatment options.

Our doctors depend on scientific research.

Every care choice and piece of advice your doctor provides is based on medical experiments. These experiments are expensive and time consuming for doctors, patients, and industry.

Most research is not reproducible.

Researchers repeat experiments to verify their accuracy. Unfortunately, researchers often get different results when they repeat experiments. This means your doctor’s expert opinion could be based on faulty evidence.

Why It Matters

No one should waste their time and put their health at risk to participate in research that can't be reproduced.



Every year, millions of lives are lost despite the best efforts of researchers. Commercial interests shouldn't make that problem worse. MyIRE's novel volume-based economic model incentivizes companies to focus on quality of research produced.



Potential volunteers are looking for studies. Studies are looking for volunteers. We help connect volunteers find studies for which they are eligible.



A large amount of research is funded by your tax dollars. If that research is not reproducible, your dollars are going to waste.

What can I Do?

How can I help?

Ask your doctor if their research is reproducible.

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Email i_want_reproducible_research@myire.com to get more information on MyIRE and the reproducibility crisis.

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