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The Translational Scientist
Welcome to the September issue of The Translational Scientist! We take a look at how fine art could improve medical student’s observational skills, and the hunt to find new drugs for Parkinson’s that collected data from the entire population of Norway. In My View this month features Stefan Amisten, who explains why relying on rodent models could be damaging drug discovery. Stay tuned, as more of the latest news and views in translational science will be appearing online throughout the month…