Clinical and Translational Science
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Edited By: Arthur M. Feldman, MD, PhD
Impact Factor: 1.43
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 91/123 (Medicine Research & Experimental)
Online ISSN: 1752-8062
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Most accessed articles
Read the most accessed articles published in 2014
Collaborative Approach in the Development of High-Performance Brain–Computer Interfaces for a Neuroprosthetic Arm: Translation from Animal Models to Human Control
Jennifer L. Collinger, Michael A. Kryger, et al.
Beyond Project-Focused Consultation to Investigator-Focused Consultation: The CCTST Integration Committee Model
Joel Tsevat, Christopher J. Lindsell, et al.
Understanding the Apothecaries Within: The Necessity of a Systematic Approach for Defining the Chemical Output of the Human Microbiome
Kirk Beebe, Brante Sampey, et al.
Identifying Barriers to Healthcare to Reduce Health Disparity in Zuni Indians Using Focus Group Conducted by Community Health Workers
Vallabh O. Shah, Donica M Ghahate, et al.
Rituximab for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: A Story of Rapid Success in Translation
Andrew M. Harrison, Nassir M. Thalji, et al.
Crowdsourcing the CTSA Innovation Mission
Maninder Kahlon, Leslie Yuan, et al.