SC CTSI updates and news about Clinical and Translational Research
SC CTSI Program Director Roberta Brinton Receives CIRM Planning Award for Alzheimer’s Research
To assembe a research team to develop a clinical trial grant that could be worth up to $20 million.Read More
SC CTSI Program Director Frances Richmond To Lead New International Center For Regulatory Science
Helping assure that promising new medical products reach the marketplace faster while also maintaining proper safety standards.Read More
SC CTSI And Coulter Partner To Invest $5M In Breakthrough Innovation In Biomedical Engineering
Promoting effective collaborations between biomedical engineers and clinicians.Read More
Nine USC Scholars Named To New SC CTSI Training Programs
Aiming to train a new generation of translational researchers.Read More
What is Translational Medicine?
Medical advancement requires teams of bench scientists, clinical researchers, clinicians and other health.Read More
$56.8 Million For Advancing Urban Health
Health care is more than taking a pill.Read More
Did you know?
- 25 Yrsis the average life expectancy difference between people with serious mental illness and the general population.Read More
- 1 in 5kids in Long Beach, California, is affected by asthma.Read More
- 5 Mos.is how long it took researchers supported by SC CTSI to develop a pacemaker prototype to help unborn babies.Read More
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