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The Art of Translation

The Translational Scientist will devote much of a forthcoming issue to “The Art of Translation”, with images, photos, and infographics that define the field of translational science. Our favorite submission will win an iPad mini (or if you prefer, an equivalent cash value donation to Save the Children).

Images can be inspiring or playful – they can demonstrate a cutting-edge imaging technique, shine a light on ground-breaking science, show a new medical advance in action, or depict any area of translational science. All images should be accompanied by a short caption (< 50 words) and fully credited.

We invite you to submit your most stunning images; the best will be published in all their glory. And the very best will be used as the cover image for this special collector’s issue.

To submit your images, please email the editor at: [email protected] with “The Art of Translation” in the subject line. Please send images in the highest resolution possible and include both a caption and a credit for the image.

Clockwise from top left: Lab-grown liver tissue, Patrick Guye and colleagues, MIT; Recellularized heart, Bernhard Jank, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bird immune cells, University of Sheffield; Mouse brain, Krasnow lab/Stanford; Magic Circle Variation 7, Rogan Brown; Burn bandages, CHUV Switzerland; Dengue fever patient, Sanofi Pasteur/Marizilda Cruppe; Robot surgery, Axel Krieger; MRSA, NIAID.
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About the Author
Charlotte Barker

“As Editor of The Translational Scientist, I’m working closely with our audience to create vibrant, engaging content that reflects the hard work and passion that goes into bringing new medicines to market. I got my start in biomedical publishing as a commissioning editor for healthcare journals and have spent my career covering everything from early-stage research to clinical medicine, so I know my way around. And I can’t think of a more interesting, challenging or important area to be working in.”

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