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Opinion - Translational Research in Crisis on The Scientist

Opinion: Reasons for the R&D Crisis

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Setting the Stage for STEM

Before you try your first STEM challenge with your students, START HERE! Set your students up for success at the beginning of the school year. STEM Challenges STEM Activities Back to School

Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "From Astrophysics to Astrocytes A galaxy-mapping statistical model suggests that star-shaped astrocytes are repelled by Alzheimer’s plaques."

Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "From Astrophysics to Astrocytes A galaxy-mapping statistical model suggests that star-shaped astrocytes are repelled by Alzheimer’s plaques.

Opinion - Translational Biotechnology on The Scientist

Regulators must consider both the promise and potential pitfalls of new technologies when determining whether to move them into clinical trials.

Companion animals: Translational scientist’s new best friends | Science Translational Medicine

Companion animals: Translational scientist’s new best friends

Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "Animal Alternatives Could the lab rat be heading for retirement? A new breed of in vitro tissues and organs are being engineered to replace animal models – and the developers aim to make them accessible to all."

Could the lab rat be heading for retirement? We explore a new breed of in vitro models.

UPenn-Medical Scientist Training Program(MD/Ph.D) Note: "The mission of Penn's MSTP program is to prepare our students for careers as physician-investigators engaged in basic, disease-oriented and translational biomedical research designed to discover new knowledge and apply it for the betterment of mankind. "

Monsanto’s Dirty Dozen - When you take a moment to reflect on the history of product development at Monsanto, what do you find? Here are twelve products that Monsanto has brought to market. See if you can spot the pattern…

2014 Clinical Translational Scientist Career Achievement recipient Dr. Ralph Clayman. Dean Clayman's focus has been the use of technology to transform surgical procedures to minimally invasive and noninvasive therapies which have proven to be equally effective and a better option for the patient. Dr. Clayman is universally recognized as a world-class physician scientist in urology and beyond. www.icts.uci.edu

2014 Clinical Translational Scientist Career Achievement recipient Dr. Ralph Clayman. Dean Clayman's focus has been the use of technology to transform surgical procedures to minimally invasive and noninvasive therapies which have proven to be equally effective and a better option for the patient. Dr. Clayman is universally recognized as a world-class physician scientist in urology and beyond. www.icts.uci.edu

Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "Untangling Tau As a neurologist, Bradley Hyman has seen first-hand the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on patients and their families. His lab examines the genetic and neuropathophysiological factors that play a part in the disease, and recently discovered a rare pathological form of the tau protein, which may hold the key to how Alzheimer’s spreads through the brain."

As a neurologist, Bradley Hyman has seen first-hand the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on patients and their families.

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