Translational Research = Bench to Bedside
This mustard yellow poster depicts the three main stages of “Translation Research”. In the top right quadrant of the poster is a male scientist working over a lab bench peering into a microscope. Seemingly emerging from the microscope stage is an enlarged Petri dish with pink skin cells in it. In the right center portion is a female researcher holding and examining a mouse in her gloved hand. There are also a dog, rabbit and tank full of zebrafish in the lab with the researcher. At the bottom left side of the poster shows a male doctor talking with a patient sitting up in bed shaking his hand. The three scenes are superimposed on an oval water mark to convey that these stages repeat themselves when clinical results lead to new research questions. The subtitle is, “A Program Sponsored by The NIH Animal Care and Use Committee, 496-5424.” The OACU and the NIH logos are also shown.