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At the heart of translational science is the bi-directional relationship between research and practice, as well as the capacity to make state-of-science information operational in everyday life. TVCOFA designs software to aid in the research-practice-community communication process. Our applications are designed to move science beyond the bench and publications, and into the real world to improve population health.

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TVCOFA provides comprehensive solutions for your enterprise information technology initiatives. Whether you’re in need of system analysis, custom application development, discuss moving your business forward, we’re here for you.

Are you constantly searching for a technology partner to develop tracking, collection or educational interventions? TVCOFA offers a wide variety of software applicable in data collection, client monitoring and tracking. Our software products are based on the latest research methodologies and developed on technology platforms, which help clients translate state of science research to every day practice in education, public health and Health Technology.

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