Translational research or translational medicine addresses critical medical needs via different tools and techniques. Such devices and methods are designed based on knowledge obtained from basic biology and clinical trials. Translational science is often used interchangeably with translational research and is responsible for producing meaningful and applicable results that can directly benefit human health. The various types of translational research are important for testing the efficacy and effectiveness of different treatments and interventions.
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In the framework of a Horizon 2020 project (EATRIS-Plus), EATRIS (European infrastructure for translational medicine) and EPF (European Patients’ Forum) have recently formed a multi-stakeholder task force to provide academic researchers with guidance and resources on engaging patients in their research, particularly at pre-clinical and early clinical phase.
The intention of this task force is to address the multiple barriers preventing academic researchers from meaningfully engaging with patients, that were identified through a series of workshops and a survey, as well as to build on the knowledge and learning from initiatives such as PARADIGM and Patient Focused Medicine Development.
Celerion deploys a regionally-based monitoring staff to minimize travel and maximize time on site. Our CRAs are commonly from a life-science background with over 10 years experience in the field as a …
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