Translational science is devoted to understanding the scientific and operational principles underlying the translation of scientific knowledge into new approaches to improve the health of individuals and the public. Across the spectrum of translational science, the SC CTSI is focused on research involving people, research that includes clinical trials, community partnered research, implementation science, and dissemination.
Scientists at USC and CHLA use our services and resources to find collaborators, launch research programs, recruit patients, and conduct innovative clinical and community trials.See our research success stories
We provide high-intensity degree programs for clinician-scientists as well as broad training opportunities for staff, patients, and community members.See our trainee success stories
We help shape the clinical research infrastructure to make research easier and more successful.See our initiatives
We are a collaborative team of 100+ clinicians, scientists, nurses, coordinators, specialists, and administrative staff. The majority of us call USC home. Others work at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, or out in the neighborhoods of Los Angeles.
We team up with diverse clinical, academic and community organizations in the LA area and nationally. These partnerships enhance our core expertise to produce comprehensive support for clinical and community research with real-world applications.
SC CTSI Identity Guidelines
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NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important - All publications resulting from the utilization of SC CTSI resources are required to credit the SC CTSI grant by including the NIH funding acknowledgment and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.