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Stress in the ER: How Researchers are Using Wearable Tech to Study Doctors in Action

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SC CTSI Alum Brian Lee, MD Ph.D, is Awarded NIH K23 Career Development Grant to Continue Research into Brain-Computer Interface Technologies

Lee, a neurosurgeon, has been pioneering development of implantable devices to restore motor and sensory function for patients with paralysis and other neurological disorders.

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Keck School of Medicine and SC CTSI give back to community during COVID-19

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Funding the Future: SC CTSI Grant Supports Student Research on Critical Topics in Translational Science

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Research by CHLA Pediatric Hospitalist Seeks to Sharpen Clinical Guidelines for Children with Respiratory Infections Related to Tracheostomy

Children with tracheostomy are at high risk for infections of the airway and lungs, which can lead to frequent hospitalization, overuse of antibiotics, and other problems. Christopher J. Russell, MD, MS, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at CHLA, investigates better ways to improve health outcomes for this understudied patient population.

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Making Sense of Big Data: USC Biostatistician Helps Lead Research to Identify Increased Stroke Risk in Aortic Repair Surgeries

Li Ding, MD, MPH, a biostatistician at the SC CTSI, worked on a retrospective analysis of thousands of patients whose outcomes were recorded in a national patient registry. The study could help vascular surgeons better protect patients from the risk of stroke during endovascular aortic repair procedures.

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Building Bridges: A Unique Collaboration Between Academic and Public Institutions Helps Advance the Field of Translational Science

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USC/CHLA Investigator Develops Improved Method to Enable Earlier Assessments of Lung Health for Babies with a Positive Newborn Screening for Cystic Fibrosis

A new class of drugs has the potential to add years of robust health for children with cystic fibrosis—if administered at the right time. The noninvasive, improved method established by Danieli B. Salinas, MD, can spot early signs of lung disease in newborn babies to guide diagnosis and care.

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