Twenty Years in Maine: Integrating Insights from Developmental Biology into Translational Medicine in a Small State.
Center for Molecular Medicine, Maine Medical Center Research Institute
Current topics in developmental biology
Animals, Developmental Biology, Humans, Maine, Mice, Patient-Centered Care, Precision Medicine, Time Factors, Translational Medical Research
In this chapter, I give my personal reflections on more than 30 years of studying developmental biology in the mouse model, spending 20 of those years doing research in Maine, a small rural state. I also give my thoughts on my recent experience transitioning to a large medical center in Maine, and the issues involved with integrating insights from developmental biology and regenerative medicine into the fabric of translational and clinical patient care in such an environment.
Gridley, Thomas, "Twenty Years in Maine: Integrating Insights from Developmental Biology into Translational Medicine in a Small State." (2016). Maine Medical Center. 728.