Cornell’s College of Human Ecology is pursuing a translational research model to better link social and behavioral science research to extension and outreach, creating a more seamless link between science and service. Translational Science Journal is an open access journal with comprehensive peer review policy and a rapid publication process. Using scientific discoveries to inform design practice is an important, but difficult, objective in HCI. The Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM) is a framework for assessing the health and societal benefits of clinical and translational science. We report the development of the Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM), a framework designed to support institutional assessment of clinical and translational research outcomes to measure clinical and community health impacts beyond bibliometric measures. The Translational Science Benefits Model is a framework public health and clinical scientists can use to demonstrate the impact of their work in the real world. TRANSDISCIPLINARY TRANSLATIONAL MODEL The proposed Special Issue seeks to promote the relevance, operational feasibility, and utility of a transdisciplinary translational model to guide prevention of behavioral disorders. ABSTRACT. She’s also one of the nation’s leading experts in translational research methods. Previous Chapter Next Chapter. Pages 1–13. Translational research in aging has the potential to influence lifespan and healthspan beyond the boundaries of traditional disease-based research. Kevin P. High, Stephen Kritchevsky, in Principles of Translational Science in Medicine (Second Edition), 2015. A Translational Science Model for HCI. JTS is a novel journal that will focus upon the translation of cellular, molecular, and genetic pathways into clinical strategies for multiple medical disciplines. The Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM) is a new framework for assessing the health and societal benefits of clinical and translational science. In essence, the state-of-the-science highlights the need for a transdisciplinary and translational model of prevention. Conclusion.