Translational biomedical research has become an extremely popular buzzword in the world of biomedical research lately. Basically translational research aims to “translate” existing knowledge about biology into techniques and tools for treating human disease: from bench to bedside. Beyond that, the definition gets a little fuzzy, but it’s basically just applied research for the medical world, and like everything in medicine it requires its own obscure name. Within the scope of the journal, translational research encompasses medical genetics, oncology and cardiology, but also involves other relevant areas of medicine. For example, given that genes exist in every form of life, the ongoing research on hereditary diseases can be investigated in all living organisms, including microorganisms, plants, animals and humans. The current science of genetics started with Gregor Mendel. It intends increase our understanding of research findings regarding new or improved strategies to sustainably enhance our knowledge on fundamental, preclinical, clinical, epidemiologic and healthcare research.
Related Journals of Translational Biomedical Research
Translational Biomedicine, Journal of Biomedical Sciences, Insights in Biomedicine, Journal of Oncology Translational Research, Translational Medicine, Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research, African Journal Biomedical Research, Biomedical Research, African Journal Biomedical Research, Biomedical Research, Biomedicine, BioMedicine (Netherlands), Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy