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Undergraduates Take Career Strides in SC CTSI's Regulatory Knowledge and Support Core—and Beyond

Research by undergraduate students has led to presentation opportunities and new career paths.

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SC CTSI and CHLA Educate Angelenos about Clinical Research at March for Science 2018 Expo

Representatives from​ SC CTSI and CHLA organized a booth at the Expo in downtown Los Angeles to discuss the importance of public participation in clinical research and ​to ​ dispel misconceptions.

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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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Guiding Role of Regulatory Science in Drug and Device Candidate Development Explored in Recent Regulatory Science Bootcamp

Lecturers at the latest meeting of the ongoing seminar series discussed the role of regulatory science in shaping development goals and clinical trials for medical device or drug candidates.

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SC CTSI-Supported Research Finds Kids with Tracheostomies Have High Rate of Hospital Readmission

The team led by Christopher Russell, MD, hopes to develop evidence-based guidelines for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of respiratory infections in pediatric patients with tracheostomy.

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SC CTSI-supported team secures $6.7 million to improve understanding of Alzheimer's risk factors

The research team was supported by the SC CTSI Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Study Design (BERD) team.

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Emerging Technologies and Treatments is Topic of Latest Regulatory Science Bootcamp

The seminar investigated the regulatory, scientific, and logistical considerations in clinical trials involving emerging technologies, cutting edge devices, immunotherapies, gene therapies, and stem cell therapies.

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SC CTSI-Supported Study Looks at depression and disability in aging Latinos

Researcher Maria Aranda never left the east side of Los Angeles, a community where she was born and raised and where she’s now doing research aimed at helping an older generation of Latinos.

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