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Date:11/9/2009

tners/" onclick="linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank" title="Partners">several key medical-science organizations to develop new articles and resources and to pool existing excellent ones to provide focused specific career guidance for early career translational scientists. Several articles and resources are already available on the site. Second, CTSciNet will engage the community with its social network, which is designed to help scientists find other scientists with similar or complementary interests, form partnerships and collaborations, and discuss career-related and scientific issues.

José Fernández, CTSciNet’s community manager, said that there “is a large group of scientists looking for professional resources to help them connect with scientists at all stages—from mentors, to colleagues, to the next generation of researchers.”

“These resources,” he added, “provide a virtual campus for scientists spread out across the world.”
Fernández explained that the network contains features similar to those offered by Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and other social networks. But since it is monitored by Science Careers staff and populated exclusively by scientists and science trainees who are interested in careers in clinical and translational science, science professionals are likely to find CTSciNet is considerably more focused.

Scientists from all disciplines—with clinical or basic science training, or both—are invited to join the network. Also welcome are people from other fields, such as business and clinical medicine, who wish to explore the possibilities for turning science into new and potentially profitable new technologies.

CTSciNet is a free, secure virtual community
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