At AACR, Brenner Calls for 'Bedside to Bench' Approach | GenomeWeb

At the American Association for Cancer Research meeting this April, Nobel laureate Sydney Brenner challenged conventional wisdom in a speech that proposed a "bedside to bench" approach to research and medicine.

Brenner made the remarks after receiving the AACR-Irving Weinstein Foundation Distinguished Lectureship award. He received a standing ovation for the speech, in which he questioned the view of translational research as a way to apply basic research to clinical practice.

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