Learning How to Conduct Cancer Clinical Trials, by Karyn Hede, 25 March 2011. Training courses outline the challenges and opportunities in conducting cancer clinical trials. Q&A: Finding and Exploiting Cancer's Weaknesses, by Kate Travis, 25 March 2011. Clinician-investigator David
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A collection of career resources for clinical and translational scientists and trainees.
In this week's issue of Science, 13 leaders of a diverse range of organizations have joined forces on an editorial titled "Translational Careers." All of the authors share a deep interest in clinical and translational research, and the editorial
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"We don't claim that a research year will provide all the training one needs to become an effective physician-scientist. We hope it will inspire students to pursue additional training at the appropriate time." --William Galey Within weeks of completing