Recent Examples of translational research from the Web
Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute has received two donations totaling $375 million since 2014 to support translational research.
Reddi, of Cheshire, is a clinical molecular geneticist with more than two decades of experience in translational research.
Technological advances can speed up translational research, and the need for new therapies is pressing.
The $275 million anonymous gift that supports the strategic plan was targeted not only at enhancing basic research, but also at speeding up translational research, Vuori said.
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medical Definition of translational research
- … a new emphasis on translational research to improve the movement of new discoveries from the bench to the bedside.
- —The Kansas City Business Journal, 17 Apr. 2007
- And the area of science in which a therapy is advanced from a good idea to animal studies to testing in humans even has a name: translational medicine.
- —Delthia Ricks, Newsday, 16 Mar. 1999
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