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In this paper, the authors present the results of a qualitative case-study seeking to characterize data discovery needs and barriers of principal investigators and research support staff in clinical translational science. Several implications for designing and implementing translational research systems have emerged through the authors' analysis. The results also illustrate the benefits of forming early partnerships with scientists to better understand their workflow processes and enduserdoi:10.4018/joeuc.2011100102 pmid:24729759 pmcid:PMC3983692 fatcat:juvga6xrczarfeuqr325lsvjvm