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.

translational medicine

The constellation of activities which seek to translate the science of gene discovery, gene transfer, and functional genomics into gene-targeted therapies.

translational medicine

Molecular medicine The constellation of activities which seek to translate the science of gene discovery, gene transfer, and functional genomics into gene-targeted therapies.
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Facchinetti, "Inositol(s) from bench to bedside in endocrinology and gynecology," International Journal of Endocrinology, vol.
Based at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM), the CTSC brings together NYC medical institutions to accelerate the transfer of medical research from bench to bedside and into communities.
From bench to bedside: the reality of the lab bench
Called Bench to Bedside, the event comes out of the University of Utah's Center for Medical Innovation.
"This bench to bedside research is very exciting and will have a major impact on the management of neurological diseases, particularly neuropathic pain," said Akbar Panju, medical director of the Michael G.
"This is a unique and exciting opportunity for us to become part of a contract research organization that truly offers bench to bedside services.
Ivan Martin, a professor of tissue engineering who led the research, said the treatment went "from lab bench to bedside".
Translational research is viewed as a solution to the disparity between evidence-based medicine [2,3] in the growing field of basic biomedical research and its application in creating sustainable health solutions ('from bench to bedside').
'Bench to bedside' Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies can benefit from the joint resources and capabilities of Newcastle Biomedicine.
Addressing the media on the sidelines of the final day of the first Association of Academic Health Centres International MENA meet in Doha, Professor Edward Hillhouse, chief of Scientific, Academic and Faculty Affairs at the Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) said that the new, specialised 'virtual' institutes will serve as hubs of clinical, education, and research activities while delivering patient-centred 'bench to bedside' approach for the translation of research into practical benefits for the patients.
This involves clinical and translational (bench to bedside) research which will make real impacts on the delivery of healthcare to patients.
Bench to Bedside: Introduction to Drug Development and the Commercialization Process - Janet Walkow, College of Pharmacy; Donna Kidwell, IC2 Institute; Alan Watts, College of Pharmacy