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Communities benefit greatly when individuals like you participate in research studies. We’ll show you why volunteering isn’t scary at all and help you find opportunities near you.

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Community Impact Stories

SC CTSI-supported study found lead contamination in baby teeth of children living in five Los Angeles communities
Community Research Pediatrics
Health and the Built Environment: A USC Professor of Architecture Sheds Light on the Role of Light in Dementia Care Communities
Community Research Cognitive Decline
Smartphone App Developed by USC Health Communication Researchers Boosts Healthy Eating in Families
Community Research Digital Health
USC Researchers Put Food Smarts into Phones to Improve Nutrition and Reduce Obesity
Community Research Diabetes and Obesity
The Plight of Transgender People Seeking Basic Medical Care
Community Research Transgender Health
Helping People with Mental Illness Get Medical Care
Community Research Mental Health
Text Messages Help Patients Better Manage their Diabetes
Community Research Diabetes and Obesity
Addressing Inequities in Care for Latino and African American Children with Autism
Community Research Autism
The Most Powerful Weapon against Asthma Is Education
Community Research Asthma
The SC CTSI Uses New “Promotora” Model to Improve Heart Health Among Latinos
Community Research Heart Health
Electronic Consultations Break Down Barriers for Medi-Cal Patients In Los Angeles County
Community Research Access to Care

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