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The Translational Scientist
Welcome to the November issue of The Translational Scientist! This month, Adam Wax describes his mission to create a profitable, low-cost OCT imaging device, and we discuss the potential importance of circadian rhythm in surgery. We also Sit Down With Renã Robinson to discuss proteomics, neurodegenerative disease, and finding your “thing”. Stay tuned for more of the latest news and views in translational science throughout the month…