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Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting are Topics at Recent Regulatory Science Boot Camp

Lecturers examined the FDA's regulatory requirements for the monitoring, detection, assessment, and safety reporting of adverse effects of drugs, devices, and other medical products.

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Writing Successful NIH Grant Applications: Advice from the Insiders

A seminar co-sponsored by the SC CTSI and Keck School of Medicine showed researchers how to think like a reviewer and write better proposals.

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Meta-analysis by USC Researchers Shows Severe Eczema Associated with Increased Risk of Suicide

The unexpected findings suggest that people with bad cases of the common skin condition are 36 percent more likely to attempt suicide, suggesting heightened focus by dermatology providers on related psychiatric concerns.

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Update on the Clinical Research Harmonization initiative

New analysis reveals faster, more efficient trial activation

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SC CTSI to lead first “synergy paper” collaboration on local health partnerships in Los Angeles and Chicago

SC CTSI to lead first “synergy paper” collaboration on local health partnerships in Los Angeles and Chicago

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SC CTSI Provides Resources for Researchers Who Plan to Apply for NIH HEAL funding

Get support to apply to the NIH Helping to End Addiction Long-term (HEAL) Initiative to address the opioid crisis.

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USC Researchers Prepare Human Trials of Potential Breakthrough Treatments for Devastating Genetic Skin Disorder

Two Department of Dermatology investigators have shown that a commonly-used antibiotic can trigger production of a collagen protein type necessary for normal skin.

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What's the Best Way to Stay Healthy? Let's Ask Our Studio Audience

USC social scientist Karen Lincoln, Ph.D., has turned the television talk show format into an effective model for educating underserved members of the African American community about Alzheimer's disease.

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