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The Department of Translational Research

The Department of Translational Research aims to accelerate the process by which scientific innovations are translated into improved patient care. To this end, it provides Institut Curie clinicians and researchers with the human and technological resources they need to develop projects designed to improve cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Overview of the Department of Translational Research

The Institut Curie Department of Translational Research was founded in 2003. Since 2007, it has been headed up by Sergio Roman-Roman. Its aim is to foster collaborative projects between researchers and doctors to transform scientific discoveries into applications for patients.

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Department of Translational Research teams

There are six research teams working on subjects related to translational research.

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Department of Translational Research platforms

The department is home to no less than five technology platforms.

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The Translational Research Projects Evaluation and Tracking Committee

The Translational Research Projects Evaluation and Tracking Committee (CEST) was created in October 2007.

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Institut Curie
02/08/2010