Nobel Winner Urges Research Partnerships Against Diseases

Brosky, John
October 2008
BioWorld Today;10/10/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 198, p1
The article offers information on Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Woman of the Year in France and 2008 Nobel Laureate in Medicine and her focus on research partnerships against diseases. She says that the partnership of private institutions and private interests are vital for future discoveries. She mentions that the convergence of epidemiology, basic science and clinical research necessary for translational medicine points forward.


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