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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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Translational Software is driving a paradigm shift in the healthcare continuum by bringing a single platform to market where laboratories, healthcare providers, physicians, patients, independent software vendors and app developers can work in synchrony to democratize pharmacogenomics.
Hausheer's rich experience in global oncology clinical drug development and translational science and medicine makes him ideally suited to taking this role.
Translational Software is building an ecosystem of laboratories, health professionals, independent software vendors, and employers to coordinate and deliver comprehensive, personalized care.Translational Software can help employers understand and deliver an evidence-based pharmacogenomic benefit to their associates through custom programs like this one.
Translational science takes observations made in the laboratory, clinic and community and creates interventions that improve the health of individuals and populations from diagnostics and therapeutics to medical procedures and behavioral interventions.
Establishing a shared understanding and common vocabulary for discussing translational research in the environmental health sciences context supports our strategic plan and provides a structure for researchers to clearly articulate the complex, multiyear process of scientific discovery and impacts.
Research themes being pursued in Clinical and Translational Imaging lab seamlessly gel with the multidisciplinary courses being offered at LUMS and provide a unique set of applications to the tools learned in these courses which remain elusive in Pakistan.
As we will see, in psychiatry, "translational research" is used in different ways that only partially overlap with the medical usage, so a different list of "T" types will emerge.
In 2013, the Institute of Medicine's CTS Report focused on NIH's National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) funded programs and provided goals that most academic institutions should adopt to improve health.
Rising awareness among people regarding regenerative medicines, increasing government initiative across the globe and growing aging population & healthcare expenditure are considered to be the key factors driving the growth of global translational regenerative medicine market.
A simplified model of translational research consists of a two stage approach (T1 and T2).
Funded by the National Institute on Aging, TRIPLL joins researchers at Human Ecology and the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research with collaborators at Weill Cornell and at NYC-based health care facilities and agencies.

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