ACTS Connection

ACT Now: August 2018

Translational Science 2019

Save the Date

Don’t miss your chance to catch up with old friends and meet new connections in the nation’s capital. It’s the perfect place to educate policymakers on the country’s investment in clinical research and translational science.

Mark your calendars for Translational Science 2019, March 5-8, 2019, in Washington, DC at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park.

Journal of Clinical and Translational Science

Volume 2 / Issue 1, February 2018 of the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science was published online in July 2018.

JCTS’s mission is to provide a forum for the rapid communication of topics of interest and relevance to the large and diverse community of clinical and translational scientists with the goal of improving the efficiency with which health needs inform research and new diagnostics, therapies, and preventive measures reach the public. The Association for Clinical and Translational Science has partnered with the American Physician Scientists Association (APSA) and the Clinical Research Forum (CRF) to support the growth and development of JCTS.

Submit your article today to be featured in future issues of JCTS!


Translational Science Today

Dr. Judith James, associate vice provost for clinical and translational science at OU Health Sciences Center, said the grant gives young researchers a way to start their careers in Oklahoma, which will encourage them to keep working in the state.

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Joining an ACTS SIG

Are you an ACTS member who is looking to get more involved in our organization? Consider joining an ACTS Special Interest Group!

SIGs give members the opportunity to meet individuals in their specific field of translational science to network and exchange ideas. Take a look at the different groups and find instructions on how to join on our SIG page.

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