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  • SC CTSI-Supported Research Shows That Calorie Restriction May Reduce Multiple Scleorosis Symptoms

    Previous studies indicated that similar diets could fight cancer and reduce the signs of aging.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Study Will Enhance the Dental Experience for Children With Autism.

    Record-setting grant will help USC division study sensory stimuli that lessen a child’s anxiety during oral care.

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  • SC CTSI Launches Clinical Trials Expert Finder at USC

    Finding USC researchers with active clinical trials has never been easier.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Research Finds a Better Way to Straighten Teeth

    ComfortCorrect claims to straighten crooked teeth better and more comfortably than traditional braces.

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  • SC CTSI to hold Launching Event for Crowdfunding Campaign

    Join us to learn how crowdfunding can work for a research project, and to support this important mHealth study.

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  • NCATS to Issue CTSA Program Funding Opportunities

    New funding opportunities will be issued in early 2015.

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  • SC CTSI-Supported Research Finds that Aging Brain Issues are Linked to Dementia

    Image analysis suggests a breakdown in the brain’s memory can be detected before cognitive loss begins.

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  • SC CTSI Gets Help from Experiment to Teach Scientists at USC and CHLA New Skills in Crowdfunding

    SC CTSI initiative introduces researchers to novel online approaches to raise funds and increase the visibility of their research.

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  • SC CTSI Program Director Receives Fellowship for Breakthrough Research

    Sarah Hamm-Alvarez has been recognized for her scholarly and research contributions to the pharmaceutical sciences.

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  • A Better Way to Detect Breast Cancer?

    Biomedical engineer’s new system for tissue imaging could save millions of lives.

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