Translational Research Faces Cultural, Not Just Scientific, Barriers To Success; Industry, Academia, Govt. Meet At NIH To Talk Collaboration
NIH's translational research consortium may have to transcend fundamental "cultural differences" that have dogged industry/academia collaborations for decades in order to usher in the new era of public/private collaboration envisioned when the Clinical and Translational Sciences Awards program was created four years ago
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