Translational investigators: life sciences' application engineers

Paul, Mari
July 2007
Nature Biotechnology;Jul2007, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p817
Academic Journal
The article discusses the development of software programs and application engineering in the life sciences research and translational medicine. It is noted that pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical researchers are struggling to incorporate the technology into their clinical trials. In addition, translation clinical investigators require further training and understanding and appreciation of the biology, biochemistry, systems and mechanisms in fully developing the testing of a hypothesis.


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