The Translational Physiology Section of All Life is seeking submissions of translational research in physiology.
This section of All Life includes:
Molecular & Cellular Physiology
Basic Animal Physiology
New Therapies & Diagnostic Tools
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Meet the Section Editor
Stéphane Dalle, Institute of Functional Genomics, France
Stéphane Dalle has a PhD in biochemistry & molecular biology from University of Montpellier, France (1996-1998). Following postdoctoral research at University of California, San Diego and at University of Montpellier, France, Stéphane is the current Head of the Translational Biology Thematic Axis since 2013 at the Institute of Functional Genomics, France. Stéphane also coordinates the clinical research center for diabetes at University Hospital of Montpellier since January 2010.
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