Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational Research Consortium (NMTRC): The NMTRC is a group of 18 universities and children's hospitals headquartered at Van Andel Research Institute, Michigan, that offer a nationwide network of childhood cancer clinical trials. Its mission is to create a national collaborative effort of researchers and oncologists to bring forward new therapies for children with relapsed neuroblastoma and medulloblastoma with the goal of finding a cure for them.
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Saint Joseph’s Translational Research Institute is a private, non-profit preclinical research institute that combines the efficiencies of a commercial contract research organization with the resources of an academic institution. Preclinical resources Capabilities to test, develop, and differentiate medical products Collaborative funding opportunities, including SBIR/STTRs Co-development of medical devices Company incubator support Physician education and training Access to clinical…
Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia | A deal of optical trickery is used to play with the scale of the building. Transparent layers and illuminated circulation spaces create an active village around the seemingly enormous landscaped outdoor room.
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Autism Speaks selects 2015 Meixner fellows in translational research | Science News | Autism Speaks
use of a novel cis translational regulatory element, previously identified by the team, that exists in most eukaryotes. The researchers found that poly(A) tracts—stretches of consecutive adenines that encode polylysine runs—in the open reading frames of certain eukaryotic genes cause ribosome stalling and frameshifts during translation, resulting in reduced protein production and degradation of the mRNA.