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Call for Applications: Mentored Career Development in Clinical and Translational Science

Candidates should be either junior faculty or trainees in late stages of clinical training who will be anticipating promotion to faculty status.

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SC CTSI leads a USC-wide collaboration to reduce clinical research activation time

A new project is underway to streamline the clinical trial activation process.

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SC CTSI Announces 4th Annual Introduction to Clinical & Translational Research Study Design Course

This course was developed for interested residents, fellows, and interested faculty. It includes a combination of didactic lectures, discussion, and practical application of the concepts that enables each student to develop a research protocol on a topic of their choosing.

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SC CTSI-Supported Research Takes Aim at Reducing Misuse of Emergency Medical Services in LA

SC CTSI-supported researcher collaborates with the Los Angeles Fire Department to improve the city’s Emergency Medical Services.

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SC CTSI Success Story Featured at the National Level

SC CTSI fosters new understanding of community mentorship role in research.

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People with Mental Illness Help Others in the Same Situation

A new model of care could improve the physical health and extend the lives of people with mental illness, who typically die 25 years earlier than the general population.

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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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