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Of or pertaining to the movement of a helicopter occasioned by changes in the speed or the pitch of the rotor blades.
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While we enjoyed a successful partnership with Daiichi Sankyo, we understand the reprioritization of their portfolio, said Guy Reed, MD of Translational Sciences.
Dan Gooding, chief executive officer, Nuformix pic, said, "The appointment of Quotient was not a difficult decision as its Translational Pharmaceutics is perfectly suited to the needs of our NXP001 programme--we were very impressed with Quotient's overall approach versus alternative options.
Saha will head translational research to ensure disease understanding and asset-specific biology.
He has contributed to significant translational advances in medicine, including studies providing the rationale for engineering Fc domains to enhance the efficacy of antibody therapeutics in cancer, as well as proof-of-concept studies establishing the clinical utility of JAK and Syk protein tyrosine kinase inhibitors in T-cell-mediated autoimmunity.
Sponsorship: This publication was made possible by CTSA Grant Number UL1 TR000135from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) and the Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number 2U54MD007587, components of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The report segments the translational regenerative medicine market by product type, by application and by region.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the USA has made translational research a major priority.
Basic and clinical research have both been clearly defined over the years, but since Koshland's statement in 1993, a third domain of translational research has been established that offers a bridge between basic research and clinical applications (see figure 1 and table 1).
Translational research in radiology: Challenges and roles in a patient-based practice.
Sundaram is a fellowship-trained gastroenterologist and a leading translational investigator who has received significant grant funding over the years for research related to gastroenterology and cancers specific to gastroenterology.
Fourteen contributed chapters address such topics as a partnership model for academic health science systems to address discovery to care; clinical and translational science awards (the UC Davis perspective); national agenda and strategies; translational research in the US and in China; pilot funding and other incentives to stimulate interdisciplinary research; creating ethical, high-value industry-academic partnerships; and national and international perspectives on engaging the community in research.

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