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November 2017 Issue of 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…

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Articles featured in this issue

Disease Area Drug delivery

The Next (Air)Wave of Inhalables

| David Lewis

For inhaler technology to evolve, questions about efficacy must be answered

Outside the Lab Cancer

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor

| Roisin McGuigan

Lack of faith in the healthcare system could be causing non-adherence in cancer patients

Tools & Techniques Cancer

Database Discrimination?

Precision medicine often relies on population databases – but are they precise enough?

Tools & Techniques Biomedical engineering

Ultrasound on the Brain

| Roisin McGuigan

Creating a ceramic “window” in the skull could provide better access to the brain

Research Field Cancer

Understanding Pancreatic Cancer Prognosis

| Roisin McGuigan

Mutations in four main genes influence survival rates of pancreatic adenocarcinoma patients

Research Field Microbiology

Molecules Against Microbes

| Sherry Dunbar and Rana Gunjot

As molecular diagnostic methods evolve, so does our approach to microbial testing…

Research Field Omics

Exploring the Microbiome – with Mice

| Alexander Maue and Randi Lundberg

Rodent models are a useful tool for studying the microbiome – but we need to know their limits

Tools & Techniques Microbiology

Benchmarking the Microbiome

| Roisin McGuigan

What does analysis of the microbiome literature tell us about priorities and progress in the field?

Research Field Analytical science

Don’t Hold Your Breath

| Wolfgang Vautz

Clinical use of GC-ion mobility spectrometry has great potential, but major hurdles lie ahead

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

OCT for the People

| Adam Wax

Can a low-cost OCT device aid research and improve disease diagnosis in low-income settings?

Disease Area Outcomes research

A Stitch in Time

| Roisin McGuigan

Recent research finds that it may be best to have heart surgery after lunch

Research Field Analytical science

Carving Out an Analytical Niche

| Joanna Cummings

Renã Robinson, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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