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  • USC’s mHealth Collaboratory Explores New Frontier of “Quantified Self” Personal Data Monitoring Tech

    As the self-tracking movement goes mainstream, researchers see unprecedented opportunities.

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  • SC CTSI to hold KL2 Award Information Sessions

    Join us to learn about the application process, eligibility, coursework and curricula, and financial support.

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  • Helping Researchers Conduct Clinical Research in Diverse Urban Populations

    SC CTSI educators introduce early-career researchers to pitfalls and solutions.

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  • SC CTSI Launches Online Tool to Help Streamline Training for Research Compliance

    The tool makes it easy to find research training based on the roles and responsibilities.

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  • USC Health Sciences Profiles: A Gateway to Collaboration

    Finding USC researchers and their work has never been easier.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Researcher Awarded Fellowship with Gerontological Society

    National organization lauds Karen Lincoln for her outstanding research in social work.

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  • New Approaches in Online Education for Physicians Who Handle Pediatric Emergencies

    Researchers at USC and CHLA collaborate in a multi-institutional study to help train physicians who care for the smallest emergency patients.

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  • USC Pediatric Surgeon Leads Nationwide Study to Help Children with Liver Disease

    Kasper Wang, MD, seeks to determine the best way to ease serious complications of Alagille syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.

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  • CTSpedia: A Knowledge Base for Clinical and Translational Research

    Created as a national effort to collect wisdom, tools, and educational materials.

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  • Announcing CTSA-IP

    A web-based intellectual property search engine that aggregates and promotes technologies.

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