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SC CTSI Mentored Career Development in Clinical Translational Science Scholars Announced

The scholars will begin their course work on June 1, 2019 to develop critical clinical and translational research skills.

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USC Researcher Leads First Team to Use Electrical Brain Stimulation to Produce Functional Sense of Touch

The study by researchers at USC and Caltech paves the way for development of technologies to restore function for paralysis patients and to give amputees sensory feedback for improved control of prosthetic limbs.

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KL2 Scholar Alum to Co-Lead $11 Million National Institute on Aging Grant on Air Pollution and Alzheimer’s

A new National Institute on Aging program grant awarded to USC researchers focuses on air pollution and Alzheimer’s disease. The five-year grant will examine how urban air pollution contributes to accelerated brain aging and dementia risk. Co-investigator William Mack is a former KL2 scholar.

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SC CTSI’s Community Mentorship Program Cited in Article by NIH NHLBI Division Director

Perspective on “The Journey From Research Discovery to Optimal Heart Health for All”

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Enhancing Clinical Translational Research through Training in Digital Practices and Approaches

SC CTSI team members presented the Digital Scholar Program, its latest progress and available resources at the national CTSA Workforce Development Domain Taskforce meeting.

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SC CTSI Scholar Alum Receives Major Funds to Support USC Neurosurgery Research Education Program

The grant, awarded to principal investigator William Mack, MD, associate professor of neurological surgery (clinical scholar) at the Keck School, aims to train clinician-scientists in the field of neurosurgery and will provide funding for up to three residents annually through 2022.

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SC CTSI Launches Digital Scholar Webinar Series

The training series introduces health researchers to digital science approaches.

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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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