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SC CTSI grant jump-starts first-ever countywide limb preservation program

More than half of diabetic patients who get a below-the-knee amputation die within five years.

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An interview with Dr. Adam C. Frank, MD, PhD, recipient of the SC CTSI Mentored Career Development in Clinical and Translational Science

A recipient of multiple SC CTSI funding awards, we hear from him about his experiences thus far participating in the KL2 Program, as well as his future plans.

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SC CTSI researcher collaborates with USC team to understand patient choices in cancer treatment

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SC CTSI Regulatory Knowledge and Support Group Launches New Chapter on Remote Monitoring in Clinical Research Monitoring Module

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Immune Modulator Drugs Improved Survival for People Hospitalized with COVID-19

SC CTSI collaborated with the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and other CTSAProgram hubs to implement The National Institutes of Health’s ACTIV-1 Immune Modulators Clinical Trial.

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SC CTSI Researcher Provides a Framework to Educate the Educators of Clinical and Translational Research: Exploring Best Practices in Instruction

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Consortium for Pediatric Cellular Immunotherapy Launches New Website

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Collaborators from USC Annenberg, Cinema and Medicine Produce Short Film on Importance of COVID-19 Vaccination for Children

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