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SC CTSI-supported team secures $6.7 million to improve understanding of Alzheimer's risk factors

The research team was supported by the SC CTSI Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Study Design (BERD) team.

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Emerging Technologies and Treatments is Topic of Latest Regulatory Science Bootcamp

The seminar investigated the regulatory, scientific, and logistical considerations in clinical trials involving emerging technologies, cutting edge devices, immunotherapies, gene therapies, and stem cell therapies.

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USC Researchers Put Food Smarts into Phones to Improve Nutrition and Reduce Obesity

Children in low-income families face particular risks for poor nutrition and obesity, problems often associated with diets low in fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Investigators Pitch Studies to Improve Patient Care

More than 20 researchers pitched ideas with leaders of the three organizations, seeking funding to test real-world health care solutions with the LA Department of Health Services.

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SC CTSI Team Members Join Research Resource Fair at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

The SC CTSI provides resources and services to support research teams at CHLA.

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i2b2 – An Improved Tool to Help You Plan Recruitment for Clinical Studies

i2b2 allows researchers to get “counts” of potential study participants in the electronic health records who meet specific inclusion and exclusion criteria.

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Changing NIH Policies May Impact You

The revision is designed to make the distinction between clinical trials and clinical research studies clearer.

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SC CTSI-Supported Study Shows 1 in 5 children in the U.S. Enter School Overweight or Obese

As National Childhood Obesity Month begins, USC experts talk healthy habits and explain how sugar intake and diet affect the brain.

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