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Translational Science 2015 Partnering Organizations


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Translational Science 2014 would like to thank all the organizations below for their dedication to advancing the field of clinical and translational science. 

Conference Sponsors 

Association for Clinical and Translational Science
The Association for Clinical and Translational Science's mission is to advance research and education in clinical and translational science so as to improve human health. Take advantage of the membership pricing for Translational Science 2015 by joining ACTS. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click here.

American Federation for Medical Research
Established in 1940, the American Federation for Medical Research (AFMR) is an international multi-disciplinary association of scientists engaged in all areas of biomedical and patient-oriented clinical, translational and laboratory research. The organization works to foster the development of future generations of clinical scientists and investigators through its own initiatives, while encouraging public, private, and governmental investment in the development of these individuals.

For more information, please visit http://www.afmr.org.

Partnering Organizations

Clinical Research Forum
The Clinical Research Forum was formed in 1996 to discuss the unique and complex challenges to clinical research in academic health centers. Over the past decade, it has convened leaders in clinical research annually and has provided a forum for discussing common issues and interests in the full spectrum of translational research. Through its activities, the Forum has enabled sharing of best practices in clinical research and increasingly has played a national advocacy role in support of the broader interests and needs of clinical research.

CTSA Pre-doctoral Program

Predoctoral students enrolled in TL1 training programs supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are invited to attend the meeting.

At the meeting, students can expect to:

  • Gain experience presenting and discussing their research, with a focus on defining a clear pathway to translation.
  • Network and socialize with clinical and translational science predoctoral students and faculty from other institutions.
  • Learn about postdoctoral opportunities in laboratory-, patient-, and population-based translational science.

 

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