Translational research is the process of turning scientific discoveries into practical applications that benefit human health and well-being. It involves bridging the gap between laboratory findings and real-world implementation, with the aim of developing new interventions, treatments, or healthcare practices. Translational research moves scientific knowledge from the bench to the bedside, focusing on improving patient outcomes and addressing public health challenges. It encompasses various stages, including laboratory studies, clinical trials, implementation in clinical settings, and evaluation of population-level impact. Collaboration between scientists, clinicians, and policymakers is crucial for successful translational research.