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  • July 01, 2019

NCATS publishes paper to raise awareness of translational science

Diagram of the Characteristics of a Translational Scientist

In an effort to raise awareness of translational science as a discipline, the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) has recently published a paper titled The Fundamental Characteristics of a Translational Scientist. This paper is the latest addition to their growing resources on their Translational Science Skills webpage.

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NCATS also published a video describing translational science - click the video below to watch. 

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