SC CTSI Participates in CTSA External Reviewer Exchange Consortium (CEREC)

The CEREC utilizes the resources and knowledge at Clinical and Translational Science (CTSA) hubs across the nation to enable the efficient exchange of reviewer expertise to support internal pilot funding programs.

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Enhancing Clinical Translational Research through Training in Digital Practices and Approaches

The Digital Scholar Program is a new initiative to help research professionals and students who are involved in the health sciences develop competency in digital research practices and approaches.

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SC CTSI Participates in Accrual to Clinical Trials (ACT) Network Launch

The ACT Network helps clinical investigators explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies using electronic health record data. It will be available at USC in the Fall of 2018.

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SC CTSI Initiative Matches Scientists with Community Mentors to Boost Success of Community-Engaged Research

The SC CTSI has launched a mentorship initiative to connect young clinician scientists with experienced health care professionals in the Los Angeles region.

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SC CTSI Pioneers Innovative Promotora-based Outreach Program to Increase Participation of Latinos

With Latinos seriously underrepresented in U.S. clinical studies, "Research Ambassadors" go into the community to educate, dispel myths, and discuss the value of participation in clinical studies.

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Hollywood and Health Researchers Team Up to Boost Minority Participation in Clinical Research

The SC CTSI launches initiative with television writers to advance a shared goal: conveying the importance of participation in clinical research by people of all backgrounds.

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SC CTSI Leads a USC-wide Collaboration to Reduce Clinical Research Activation Time

A new project is underway to streamline the clinical trial activation process.

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Clinical Researchers at USC and UCLA Launch Collaboration with LA County Health System

The ambitious academic-public program will foster new research partnerships between university-based health researchers and professionals in the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services.

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