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SC CTSI Student Blog Captures Unique Team Science Workshop

Learn more about SC CTSI's Team Science Workshop that took place on September 26th, 2019

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USC Study Shows Occupational Therapy Helps Diabetes Patients Make Lifestyle Changes that Can Prevent Serious Health Complications

The pilot study is the first to be completed under a novel academic-government collaboration between the SC CTSI, the UCLA CTSI, and the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

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New SC CTSI educational video on submitting a grant application and activating clinical studies at USC

An educational video for emerging researchers provides info on designing research studies, applying for grant funding, and navigating institutional processes.

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SC CTSI pilot awardee successfully funded to study how virtual reality can prevent cognitive decline

A large study conducted by USC assistant professor Judy Pa shows that living a healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's or other dementia, even if you have a genetic risk.

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USC Researcher Clarifies Skin Cancer Risk for Solid Organ Transplant Recipients of Hispanic Descent

For decades, clinical research studies underrepresented non-white populations, leaving important knowledge gaps. But medical dermatologist Iris Z. Ahronowitz, MD, and her team used a wealth of data at USC for a first-ever retrospective study involving a majority Hispanic population of solid organ transplant recipients.

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SC CTSI grant-supported research reveals why breast cancer spreads to the brain

Spring 2018 Pilot Awardee, Min Yu, MD, PHD on the potential of using circulating tumor cells to monitor brain metastasis

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Impact of a Reviewer Exchange Consortium

Sharing expertise across universities adds value to pilot funding programs

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Study Explores Effect of Obesity on Effectiveness of Morning-After Contraceptive Pills

Obesity is a known risk factor for failure of the emergency contraceptive medication levonorgestrel, but researchers are still trying to determine why. A study conducted at USC revealed differences between free levels of the medication and its bioavailable levels that could be key to understanding the problem.

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