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Journal of Investigative Medicine (JIM) begins a new chapter in its publication history.
When JIM first launched 21 years ago, translational research was a term that was not commonly used. Since then, the critical linkage between the conduct of research and the practice of medicine has become increasingly central and the relevance of JIM as a venue to publish such translational research has become especially important.
In this issue, our collection of Experimental Biology Symposia papers captures this critical linkage …