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SC CTSI Team Members Don't Just Support Clinical Trials at USC and CHLA—They Participate, Too

By taking part in clinical research as participants, members of the SC CTSI gained a new perspective and valuable insights into the research process.

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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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How the Trial Innovation Network Helped this Investigator Redesign her Study Proposal to do More Science with Less Money

Following NIH review, University of California, Irvine, researcher Katrine Whiteson needed to resubmit a proposal that met requests to expand the study, but to manage it on a significantly reduced budget. Advisors in the Trial Innovation Network, a researcher-support program of the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, helped her solve the problem.

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NIH Launches Trial Innovation Network to Streamline and Improve Multicenter Research

The SC CTSI and all CTSA hubs across the nation are part of the new Trial Innovation Network. The SC CTSI invites USC and CHLA investigators to learn how the program can simplify IRB applications, support patient recruitment, and provide other assistance.

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SC CTSI-supported study found lead contamination in baby teeth of children living in five Los Angeles communities

CTSA-supported research study reinforced the need to test for lead exposure before and during pregnancy.

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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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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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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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NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important - All publications resulting from the utilization of SC CTSI resources are required to credit the SC CTSI grant by including the NIH funding acknowledgment and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.