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Clinical Trials in Special Populations is Topic of Latest Regulatory Science Bootcamp

The seminar explored the unique regulatory, ethical and scientific concerns and safeguards required for research with newborns, geriatric, and institutionalized or vulnerable populations, and others.

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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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Keck Plastic Surgeon Dr. Alex K. Wong Awarded NIH Research Grant to Study Treatment for Lymphedema

It's relatively rare for a practicing surgeon to receive major NIH research funding, a career advance for which Wong partly credits training and support he received through the SC CTSI.

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SC CTSI Launches Expert Consulting Service to Help Investigators Recruit Study Participants

Finding qualified participants is one of the biggest hurdles for clinical studies. A new SC CTSI service provides expert consulting to help investigators enroll and retain qualified patients.

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The SC CTSI Is Seeking Applications for New Team Building Award

The award will provide rapid funding for activities that promote the SC CTSI's goal of assembling new multidisciplinary teams focused on clinical and community research.

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SC CTSI-Supported Study Safely Reduces the Risk Factors for Age-Related Diseases

A randomized trial shows cycles of a five-day fasting diet could reduce risk for high blood pressure or diabetes.

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SC CTSI-Supported Research Aims to Boost Quality of Life for Seriously Ill Patients

A new study will follow patients who receive palliative care at home and in hospitals.

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SC CTSI Clinical and Translational Research Scholars Announced

The scholars will begin their course work on June 1, 2017 to develop critical clinical and translational research skills.

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