A Welcome to the New Journal, Journal of Advanced Therapies and Medical Innovation Science (j.ATAMIS).

Andrew Coats, Louise Shewan

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A new journal has been launched by Barcaray Publishing: Journal of Advanced Therapies and Medical Innovation Sciences (J.ATAMIS, www.j-atamis.org).  This journal fills a crucial gap in the literature – and in the cycle of advances in medical science, therapeutics and devices - covering the pipeline from idea through proof of concept studies and start-up funding to regulatory approval.  It will be multi-disciplinary and unusually we will have significant input from funders - both angel and venture capital-, start-up CEO’s, and regulators as well as medical scientists and triallists.  We have quite frankly a stellar editorial board, with leading lights of biotechnology, medical devices, new and established pharma as well as the “other side”, CEO’s and investors.  


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17987/jatamis.v1i0.313

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