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SC CTSI Symposium Illuminates Complex World of Regulatory Science for Clinical Researchers

A day-long boot camp helps investigators understand the key steps and issues – as well as the potential benefits – in the fast-changing regulatory environment of clinical trial start-ups.

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Legal Aspects of Clinical Trials Discussed at Recent Regulatory Science Boot Camp/Symposium

Principal investigators and regulatory professionals must stay up-to-date with numerous legal requirements and strategies pertaining to clinical studies. These include U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) forms, contracts with sponsors, liabilities, indemnifications, special use protocols, and inventions to protect. And then there are international laws.

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SC CTSI Co-Director Urges Young Women To Study STEM Subjects

Michele Kipke, PhD, SC CTSI co-director, speaks at "Women in STEM: Designing, Discovering and Delivering Change.

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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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Launch of Keck School of Medicine of USC’s Healthcare Delivery Science Center Marks Exciting New Future for Public-Academic Collaborations to Enhance Health Equity

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Full-Day Regulatory Science Symposium for Clinical Research Professionals

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Regulatory Science Research Project on Patient-Focused Drug Development

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Quality by Design

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Jennifer Rivera Jennifer Rivera Clinical Research Coordinator, Clinical Research Support Details

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Team Building Incubator

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Moving Targets Symposium 2013: Neurodegenerative Diseases: Therapeutic challenges and opportunities.

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Collaborative quality control and correction of neuroimaging data using web-services and virtual reality environment

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