A new digital book showcases 22 patents issued to NCATS and its collaborators that can help speed the process of translating discoveries into medical interventions. NCATS seeks additional commercial partners to license and use the patents.
In a recent installment of the I Am Translational Science video series, Lucie A. Low, Ph.D., scientific program manager of the trans-NIH Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program at NCATS, highlights the importance of teamwork and collaboration.
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