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Success Stories

How do we measure success in research? Is it determined strictly by study results? Or is there something else to be measured, something more subtle? It has been said that translational science is only as successful as your collaborations are with other researchers and the community-at-large. Without effective collaborations, there is no translational research. No bench to bedside. No prototype to device. No beaker to pill. In other words, without long lasting collaborations we're back to doing business as usual.

We think it's important to highlight those translational and clinical research studies that we see as our success stories. This is only the beginning of what we hope will be an enduring collaborative effort. And the end to doing business as usual.