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SC CTSI Supports Recruitment of Diverse Participants for Landmark $1.5 Billion Precision Medicine Research Initiative

Secure, nationwide big data project known as "All of Us" seeks to accelerate research and improve health for a diverse population, not just majority groups.

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SC CTSI’s Research Recruitment Resources Featured in Trojan Family Magazine

Much of the new technology being developed at the SC CTSI is aimed at finding qualified candidates and filling clinical trials as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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SC CTSI-Supported Pilot Suggests Promise of Testosterone Supplementation to Enhance Recovery from Knee Surgery

Surgical repair of the knee's anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) may lead to long term loss of strength and other impacts. The study opened a new avenue of investigation into the potential of the muscle-building hormone to help ACL patients get back in the game.

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SC CTSI Participates in Accrual to Clinical Trials (ACT) Network Launch

The ACT Network helps clinical investigators explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies using electronic health record data. It will be available at USC in the Fall of 2018.

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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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A New Tool “Counts” of Potential Study Participants who Meet Specific Study Criteria

A new tool to help you plan clinical studies and develop a participant recruitment strategy.

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SC CTSI Welcomes Neuroscientist and Informatics Expert Daniella Meeker

Daniella Meeker, PhD, will serve as director of the Clinical Research Informatics program within SC CTSI.

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SC CTSI Partners To Launch Inaugural Joint Seminar In Clinical Informatics

Speaker: Daniella Meeker, PhD, systems engineer and an associate information scientist at the RAND Corporation.

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