Journal Impact Factor : 1.12; 1.52 (5 Years Impact Factor)
H-Index: 4, SJIF = 4.081
NLM ID: 101574282
Aims and Scope
Translational Biomedicine is an international open access*, peer-reviewed academic journal with Journal Impact Factor 1.12. The Journal publishes original science-based research that advances communication between the scientific discovery and health improvement.
The journal covers the advancement in translational medicine, molecular medicine, translational genomics, clinical genetics, Translational research & clinical intervention, Translational stroke, Translational Neuroscience, Translational Oncology, Cardiovascular science, Stem cell Translational Medicine etc.
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Translational Biomedicine publishes original research or commentary on diseases with implications for treatment, where scientific ideas are translated into clinic trials or applications. Commentary on policy, regulation, education, legal and other issues, national or global medical bioinformation.
Translational Biomedicine welcomes research articles, case reports, comprehensive/mini reviews and short communications from basic sciences to clinical sciences.
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.
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Several recent reports have noted that there is a 20-year gap between knowledge generated from our best clinical research and the utilization of that knowledge in our health sector. The goal of translational science is to speed the use of findings from our best science into usual-care settings and to build partnerships between research and practice constituencies. The study helps in multidisciplinary clinical research involving the range of therapeutic interventions (e.g., drugs, biologicals, devices, and psychotherapeutic, psychosocial, and non-pharmacological modalities) from preclinical development to late stage trials and health technology assessment. The focus is original, feature length research articles, systematic reviews, metaanalyses, brief reports, narrative reviews, commentaries, letters, perspectives, and research news that advance the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and cognitive impairment.
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Translational Stroke Research covers basic, translational, and clinical studies. This study emphasizes novel approaches in order to help translate scientific discoveries from basic stroke research into the development of new strategies for prevention, assessment, treatment, and repair after stroke and other forms of neurotrauma. Translational Stroke Research focuses on translational research and is relevant to both basic scientists and physicians, including but not restricted to neuroscientists, vascular biologists, neurologists, neuroimagers, and neurosurgeons. In the field of translational stroke research, the discrepancy of the neuroprotective efficacy between preclinical trails and clinical trials has caused growing concerns.
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Translational Neurology is the study of using all technological advances to bring novel therapies with measurable outcomes to patients with neurological diseases. The concept is derived from the need to translate the wealth of basic understanding about neuroscience, neuropathogenesis, and neuroengineering into a trajectory that will realistically lead to therapies and measurable benefit to individuals at risk for or suffering from neurological disease. Translational Neuroscience provides a closer interaction between basic and clinical neuroscientists to expand understanding of brain structure, function and disease, and translate this knowledge into clinical applications and novel therapies of nervous system disorders.
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Research investigations which bridge the laboratory and clinical settings including risk assessment, cellular and molecular characterization, prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of human cancers with the overall goal of improving the clinical care of oncology patients. The study of Translational Oncology results in laboratory studies of novel therapeutic interventions as well as clinical trials which evaluate new treatment paradigms for cancer. It covers all aspects of research on cancer, from the more basic discoveries dealing with both cell and molecular biology of tumour cells, to the most advanced clinical assays of conventional and new drugs.
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Translation of biomedical imaging technology into clinical and research programs. The area of research of the Translational Imaging is the development of novel tools and techniques to study neurotransmission in the living human brain, and the application of these techniques to clinical studies to unravel chemical imbalances associated with severe mental illnesses and drug addiction. The imaging approach has a translational emphasis, using imaging to identify phenotypes that can be tested in animal models or vice versa using models derived from preclinical knowledge to be tested in clinical populations. The aim of this study is to develop novel magnetic resonance imaging techniques in our micro-imaging laboratory and ‘translate’ these concepts to the pre-clinical setting.
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Personalized treatments have become a primary goal in translational psychiatric research. They include the identification of neural circuits associated with psychiatric disorders and definition of treatment according to individual characteristics. Many new tools and technologies have been developed but further efforts are required to provide clues on how these scientific advances in psychiatry may be translated into more effective therapeutic approaches. Obstacles to the progress of translational psychiatry also involve numerous scientific, financial, ethical, logistics and regulatory aspects. Molecular Psychiatry explores the translational pathway between research in neuroscience and conceptually novel treatments.
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Orthopaedic Translation aims to focus on the rapidly growing field of orthopaedic translational research. To truly improve the health of people, scientific research on the cellular and molecular level must be utilized and applied appropriately in the clinical setting. This study dedicated to the art of translational research will be a monumental step in the advancement of musculoskeletal care by bringing cutting edge knowledge to the forefront and allowing pioneers of orthopaedic translation to exchange and mutually enhance expertise.
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Stem Cell Translational Medicine is working to advance the clinical utilization of stem cell molecular and cellular biology. By bridging stem cell research and helping speed translations of emerging lab discoveries into clinical trials, STEM CELLS Translational Medicine will help move applications of these critical investigations closer to accepted best practices and ultimately improve patient outcomes. The study specifically focused on stem cells has rapidly grown, but the rate of growth is still very striking. In this piece we focused on producing a definitive list of stem cells.
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Translation Proteomics covers all areas of human proteomics using multi-disciplinary approaches to untangle complex disease processes. Emphasis is placed on linking basic sciences to clinical research (from patient to bench to bedside). It focuses on the rapid dissemination of novel discoveries. It covers all areas of human proteomics using multi-disciplinary approaches to untangle complex disease processes .Proteins are fundamental parts of living organisms, as they are the main components of the physiological metabolic pathways of cells. The cause of most human disease lies in the functional dysregulation of protein interactions. Proteomics, which includes the study of cellular protein interactions, has evolved from advances in scientific knowledge and technology.
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Translational Neuroscience applies findings from fundamental laboratory research relating to brain structure and function to development of new therapies for neurodegenerative, neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental diseases. Translational Neuroscience looks at how laboratory research relating to brain structure and function informs the development of new therapies for diseases of the nervous system. Translational Neuroscience is the process of using all technological advances to bring novel therapies with measurable outcomes to patients with neurological diseases. The concept is derived from the need to translate the wealth of basic understanding about neuroscience, neuropathogenesis, and neuroengineering into a trajectory that will realistically lead to therapies and measurable benefit to individuals at risk for or suffering from neurological disease.
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Translational Cancer Research aims to encourage substantial cancer treatment facilities and commendable programs in relevant research disciplines to integrate into interdisciplinary and translational enterprises focussing on cancer control. Translation Cancer Research transforms the latest discoveries in the laboratory into innovative new treatments for cancer patients. The beauty of this research is that it often results in getting effective treatments to patients as quickly as possible. It means focusing on the clinic in order to drive what happens in the lab, and vice versa: scientists look at diseases on a molecular level and develop tools for physicians to try in clinical trials, while clinicians make observations about the disease in humans that drive the scientists’ efforts.
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