translational medicine

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translational medicine

n.
The branch of medicine that deals with using knowledge gained from basic scientific research to develop practical applications, such as new treatments, devices, drugs, or policies.
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'This is the first time we have been able to use synovial fluid from human osteoarthritis patients to excite sensory nerve cells, making it more clinically-relevant than mouse studies alone, and so will hopefully help translating treatments from bench to bedside,' says Dr Ewan St John Smith from the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge.
* A "bench to bedside" translation of science exploring the molecular and cellular mechanisms of pain
Translational research: understanding the continuum from bench to bedside. Transl Res 157(1):1-5, PMID: 21146144, https://doi.org/ 10.1016/j.trsl.2010.10.002.
Cancer Genetics is in enabling precision medicine in oncology from bench to bedside through the use of oncology biomarkers and molecular testing.
The timing for these licensing agreements coincides well with the launch of BioLamina's first cell therapy grade product a couple of weeks ago, assuring cell therapy developers worldwide that Biolamina's products can be used from the bench to bedside.
The center is a joint initiative of the School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children's Health and is focused on bench to bedside development of innovative cell- and gene-based therapies.
In the end Pro-Vice Chancellor NUMS, Maj Gen (Retd) Muhammad Aslam commented that the innovative medical education model which provides Bench to Bedside training can only be a successful model of education in the future.
More than ten years ago, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) introduced its Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) designation for institutions focused on fast-tracking research breakthroughs from laboratory bench to bedside. This volume includes case studies from librarians and other professional staff who are affiliated with CTSA consortium institutions and provides a wealth of first-hand information about supporting team science through collection development, instruction, data management, and collaborative partnerships.
In the Editorial titled "Inositol(s) from Bench to Bedside in Endocrinology and Gynecology" [1], a "Conflicts of Interest" section should have been added as follows:
Our track record of close working with international organisations, industry, the University of Birmingham and other academic partners, puts us at the forefront of the Life Sciences agenda to deliver the full circle of translational care - from bench to bedside.