Translational Medicine Alliance Forum
The Translational Medicine Alliance Forum was held October 13–14, 2010 at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, DC. This year’s Forum was hosted by three organizations with the common interest of accelerating translational research to the patient. The Forum brought together leaders from academia, government agencies, and pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and venture industries to work toward developing a deeper understanding of effective models to enable and accelerate the progress of translational medicine. Through focused, dynamic sessions and exclusive networking opportunities, attendees had the opportunity to learn about breakthrough approaches and progress on current best practices in translational medicine collaborations. This Forum was focused on the following topics: regulatory science, lessons from the most experienced translational models, how and why rare disease and pediatric medicine are changing the landscape, transparency and access to data, and reverse engineering translational science starting with the patient.
Watch the video from the Translational Medicine Alliance Forum.
Hear Lesa Mitchell, vice president of advancing innovation at the Kauffman Foundation, talk about the need for the Forum:
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