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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"What is interesting about this study is the use of a data driven computational modeling technique to establish a mathematical relationship that can produce patient-specific exosome therapeutics," said Anthony Atala, M.D., Editor-in-Chief of STEM CELLS Translational Medicine and director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
eXIthera Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on addressing bleeding complications through the inhibition of Factor XIa, announced yesterday that it has named Michael Kurz, PhD as its new vice president of Translational Medicine and Medical Affairs.
"The ultimate goal is bringing more evidence-based treatments to more patients more quickly," said Reynold Panettieri, vice chancellor for translational medicine and science and director ofRutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science, in a statement.
Translational medicine is the process of bringing scientific studies and biological discoveries to life, turning them into drugs and medical devices that can be used in treatments.
"Strategic alliances and science communication are emerging as burning key points of translational medicine. A well-organised event, with a plethora of interesting participants make it to be my best week in Berlin, so far!" - Anna Ntalli
Source: Science Translational Medicine, January 13, 2016
Damien Chaussabel, director of System Biology, Translational Medicine at Sidra, expressed his hopes for further collaborative research.
Medical Research Council and National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre, the National Institutes of Health, and the Burroughs Wellcome Fund in Translational Medicine. Several of the researchers acknowledged grants and pharmaceutical company support.
Quad Technologies Inc., developer of a novel cell separation technology, has secured enough capital from a funding round to accelerate development of disruptive cell processing technologies for translational medicine applications.
A double espresso-sized dose of caffeine consumed 3 hours before bedtime delayed the normal onset of the melatonin rhythm by about 40 minutes, researchers reported in Science Translational Medicine.
A recent study published in STEM CELLS Translational Medicine describes the potential to regrow bone tissue using magnetic nanoparticles coated with targeting proteins that stimulate stem cells to regenerate the bone.
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