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  • SC CTSI Clinical and Translational Research Scholars Announced

    The scholars will begin their course work on June 1, 2017 to develop critical clinical and translational research skills.

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  • SC CTSI Clinical and Translational Research Scholars Announced

    The SC CTSI Workforce Development program is pleased to announce the Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) Scholars were selected from a number of applications of highly accomplished junior faculty at USC and CHLA to receive the CTR Award beginning July 1, 2016.

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  • SC CTSI KL2 Alum Receives NIH Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award and Presents at the NIH

    William J. Mack, MD, faculty neurosurgeon in the Keck School of Medicine of USC, says the training, support and advice he received from the SC CTSI was crucial to his successful application for his first major NIH RO1 research grant.

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  • SC CTSI Symposium Illuminates Complex World of Regulatory Science for Clinical Researchers

    A day-long boot camp helps investigators understand the key steps and issues – as well as the potential benefits – in the fast-changing regulatory environment of clinical trial start-ups.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Study Links Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia to Cardiovascular Disease in Teens

    Obesity linked to adrenal disorder in teens may increase risk for cardiovascular disease.

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  • Promoting Data Literacy Skills Among Students and Scholars in the Health Sciences

    SC CTSI’s latest Digital Scholar workshops provide hands-on experience with social media data analysis and infographics.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Researcher Discusses Transgender Community with Diane Sawyer

    Johanna Olson, MD, answered some common questions parents (and the public) have about care for transgender children.

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  • SC-CTSI KL2 Scholar Receives NIEHS Award for Early-Career Researchers

    William Mack, MD was one of six early-career researchers awarded the highly competitive grant known as the ONES award.

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  • SC CTSI to Offer Data-Driven Workshop on Using Social Media and Infographics

    Join us for a special workshop in collaboration with the popular healthcare social media consultancy Symplur.

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  • New Course in Study Design Teaches the Elements of Clinical and Translational Research Protocols

    There's a lot more to clinical and translational research design than meets the eye.

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