Clinical and Translational Science

Cover image for Vol. 7 Issue 3

Edited By: Arthur M. Feldman, MD, PhD

Online ISSN: 1752-8062

Overview


CTS: Clinical and Translational Science is your source for the most current and thought provoking original research across the broad spectrum of clinical specialties and basic science. CTS highlights investigative work bridging the gap between laboratory discovery and practice.

An expert editorial board will help you understand the shape and direction of translational studies and give you insights into the NIH and other routes of translational funding. Articles of varying complexity and depth will give you the choice of how much or how little you wish to read of any one topic. Short communications and news items will provide additional insights into the field.

CTS will discuss the state-of-the-science and strategies that will accelerate the assimilation of genomics and proteomics information into the clinic. As a reader, you will get the information you need, from original research, didactic reviews, expert analysis, to commentary and educational reviews. This peer-reviewed journal provides a clear picture of the rich and complex world that is such a part of translational medicine.


Aims and Scope


CTS: Clinical and Translational Science is your source for the most current and thought provoking original research across the broad spectrum of clinical specialties and basic science. CTS highlights investigative work bridging the gap between laboratory discovery and practice.

As a reader, you will have immediate access to original research, didactic reviews, expert analysis, commentary and educational reviews. This peer-reviewed journal helps you understand the rich and complex world that is such a part of translational medicine. Bonus features of the journal include: Community New, Views and Commentary including Up-Dates from the NIH, Insights into Regulatory Concerns, Contrasting Views and Expert Opinions that help you understand how to use the research in your practice.

Types of articles featured in CTS include:

Original Research Articles consist of comprehensive evaluations of a novel and important clinical or translational research hypothesis.

Communications: Review and Shorter Research Articles
Review articles
survey recent developments in translational medicine including related basic and clinical science. Communications consists of a novel research result that is less extensive than an original research article.

Brief Reports provide information about a concise study that has important implications for the field.

Letters regarding a published article or interesting case in translational medicine that are sent to the Editor-in Chief.

Community News, Views & Commentary feature expert views.

  •  Updates from the National Institutes of Health provide quick access to key actions and agenda items from translational-related subcommittees and policy decisions.
  •  Insights feature expert commentary, identifying some of the new issues and challenges translational medicine tends to create for regulatory agencies.
  •  CTSA Profile features news, views, and advice from a new Clinical and Translational Science Awardee in each issue.
  •  Editorials, written by the Editor-in-Chief, discuss a wide range of topics including current issues, article commentary, and the state of translational medicine.
  •  Controversy offers expert perspectives and opposing viewpoints on the many hot topics encompassed in this vibrant field.
  •  Technical Reports review new techniques and technology that are likely to have an impact on translational research or the development of clinical research.
  •  Statistical Discussion reviews new, complex, or controversial use of statistics and/or study design.
  •  Background Basic Science provides clear, process-oriented description and reviews of the basic mechanisms and science behind a major original research article.
  •  Highlighting Innovation spotlights innovative training, research, methods, or other related areas.
  •  Commentary, invited by the Editor-in-Chief, offer a subject expert’s perspective on featured articles, current state of the field, or specific topics.

Keywords


Clinical and Translational Science, Biomarkers, Translational medicine, Translational science, Genomics, CTSA, CTS, NIH, Bench to bedside, Personalized medicine, Arthur M. Feldman, Scott Waldman, Molecular biology, Clinical Pharmacology, Therapeutics, Clinical and Translational Science; Biomarkers; Translational medicine; Translational science; Genomics; CTSA; CTS; NIH; Bench to bedside; Personalized medicine; Arthur M. Feldman; Scott Waldman; Molecular biology; Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics; Gene; Genetic; Translational research; Cell; Gene expression; Receptor; Stem cells; Cell therapy; Proteomics; Immunotherapy; Pathways; Protein; Antigens; Investigative medicine; Clinical investigation; Molecular biology; DNA; RNA; Pharmacology; Microbiology


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