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Translational Research (formerly The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine) delivers original investigations in the broad fields of laboratory, clinical, and public health research. Published monthly since 1915, it keeps readers up-to-date on significant biomedical research from all subspecialties of medicine. Interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary in scope, it aims to expedite the translation of scientific discovery into new or improved standards of care and promotes a wide-ranging exchange between basic, preclinical, clinical, epidemiologic, and health outcomes research. It encourages submission of studies describing preclinical research with potential for application to human disease, and studies describing research obtained from preliminary human experimentation with potential to refine the understanding of biological principles underpinning human disease.
Our Vision: Promote a vibrant, supportive community of multidisciplinary, clinical, and translational medical researchers to benefit humanity.
Our Mission: Develop and support communication, collaboration, and career development within a community of medical researchers in the central U.S. and beyond.
Members are academic leaders of medical schools in the Midwest; however, CSCTR has active members throughout the U.S. and Canada. The society publishes the monthly Translational Research: The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine and holds an Annual Meeting that contains cutting-edge papers, posters, lectures, and state-of-the-art forums. You are encouraged to apply for membership. Membership is by nomination only.
Jeffrey Laurence, MD, is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Weill Cornell Medical College, Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Director of the Laboratory for AIDS Virus Research at those institutions.
Translational Research does not charge submission or publication fees if authors choose to publish their article under the traditional subscription model. Under the subscription model, authors do not pay to publish; however, readers pay a subscription (usually via libraries) to gain access to journal content. Most authors choose to publish their articles under a subscription model. Authors can also elect to publish their article under an open access publication model. With open access publication, authors pay to publish their articles and readers have free access to journal content. Learn more about subscription and open access publication here.
Featured New Investigator Award
New investigators are encouraged to submit their original research or review articles to Translational Research. A Featured New Investigator (FNI) Award of $1,500 is given annually to the best article published in the preceding year.
New investigators must be the first or senior author on an article
New investigators must be within 10 years of completing their first post-doctoral or fellowship training at the time of submission
Priority is given to original research articles The CSCTR Council and journal editors review all FNI articles and select a winner to present the article at the annual meeting of the CSCTR, held in Chicago in April. A travel stipend, in addition to the $1,500 award, is provided to cover travel expenses.
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