21st Century Tools for Sharing Your Science: Video Abstracts and Podcasts, Two Practical Examples and Success Stories

This webinar will highlight two initiatives designed to help scientists disseminate their research: (1) We Share Science, an online platform for science videos (video abstracts), and (2) Parsing Science podcast, the stories behind the science, as told by the researchers themselves.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science

A method to develop a comic based on your research: From scientists, for scientists, and beyond.

This webinar will describe a simple, flexible framework for translating a complex scientific publication into a broadly accessible comic format.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science

Accelerate the Dissemination and Impact of Your Research Findings

In this workshop, you will learn how to use web-based approaches and social media to accelerate the dissemination and impact of your research findings.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science

Accelerating systematic review studies using the online tool Covidence

Literature reviews, in particular systematic reviews, are invaluable to represent the latest and most complete information available on a particular topic or intervention, but they can be time consuming. This webinar explores a digital application called Covidence that is designed to accelerate the systematic review process.

Tagged: literature evaluation and synthesis, scientific literature search

Appointments and Promotions

USC’s vice dean for faculty affairs explains the criteria and procedures used in evaluating clinical and translational researchers for academic advancement and promotion.

Tagged: career development

Career Development Seminar Series: Leveraging Racial Equity Data in Research

This webinar discusses leveraging racial data, in research, with equity-minded intentionality.

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Career Development Seminar Series: Transgender Health

The transgender community faces systemic barriers to health care access, which leads to increased health disparities. Join your colleagues to discuss how to create a more affirming, welcoming environment in research and care.

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CDSS: Leadership and Team Building Read and discuss the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable.

Participants will learn about Patrick Lencioni’s widely distributed team-building model outlined in The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team: A fable.

Tagged: career development, team management

Clinical Trial Quality Training Series

The Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC-CTSI) has developed a freely available self-study module that can be used to train academic researchers in essential concepts and practical approaches to monitoring of clinical studies.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, auditing and monitoring plans, investigator-initiated trials (iits), human subjects, international conference of harmonization (ich)

Clinical Trial Startup Bootcamp Session 1: Introduction/Clinical Research Support Office/Starting Off Right: Elements of Success: A Clinical Trial Site’s Perspective (2016)

In this session, we will discuss how to begin the clinical trial process feasibly and correctly and the importance of such a start, briefly focusing on the clinical trial process in the field of cancer.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Clinical Trial Startup Bootcamp Session 3: Recruiting and Screening Subjects: Marketing, Social Media, and EHR/Interacting with IRB (2016)

In this session, we will discuss how to effectively recruit subjects for a clinical trial and how modern technology and social media plays a role in the recruitment and screening processes of clinical trials.

Tagged: regulatory science, research participant recruitment, social media/internet research, technology

Clinical Trial Startup Bootcamp Session 4: Administering Informed Consents: Special Populations/Panel Discussion (2016)

In this session, we will discuss the significance of informed consent before ending with a panel discussion.

Tagged: regulatory science, research ethics, informed consent, special populations

Clinical Trials Hurdles Session 1 and 2: Challenges of Clinical Trial Management (2015)

In this series, we will discuss how to successfully support and manage clinical trials.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Clinical Trials Hurdles Session 3 : FDA GCP Inspections (2015)

In this series, we will discuss how the FDA investigators would conduct their GCP investigation.

Tagged: regulatory science

Clinical Trials Hurdles Session 4: Trial Master Files (2015)

In this series, we will discuss how to successfully support and manage clinical trials.

Tagged: regulatory science

Clinical Trials Hurdles Session 5: Clinical Trial Data Disposition, Results, and Transparency Group (2015)

In this series, we will discuss how to successfully support and manage clinical trials

Tagged: regulatory science

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 1: Introduction (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 2: History, Terms/Definitions and Regulatory Requirements (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, medical devices

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 3: IRB Reviews on Medical Device Trials (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 4: Quality at the Data Level (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: biostatistics, regulatory science, quality & compliance, clinical affairs & operations, data management, medical writing

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 5: Medical Device Feasibility Clinical Trials – SetPoint Medical Case Study (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, medical devices

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 6: Advanced International Trials with Medical Devices (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, medical devices

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 7: Auditing of Medical Device Trials (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, medical devices

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 8: Gaps and Opportunities in Pediatric Device Trials (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials, medical devices, pediatrics

Clinical Trials with Medical Devices Boot Camp Session 9: Wrap Up (2019)

In this series, we will discuss considerations, regulations and resources to utilize when conducting clinical trials with medical devices.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Community-Engaged Research 101

Approaches and benefits to community-engaged research, including the differences from traditional research and its unique benefits for clinical and translational investigators.

Tagged: community engagement, research methodology

Creating an Effective Study Recruitment Webpage

This webinar will provide practical guidance on using the USC Clinical Studies Directory publishing tool to create a study webpage and on developing effective content so that your study can be found and read.

Tagged: scientific communication, research participant recruitment

Creating Compelling Infographics

In this workshop, you will learn how to create compelling infographics that help you better articulate your key findings using a data-driven approach.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science

Crowdsourcing applied to knowledge management in translational research: the Gene Wiki and Mark2Cure

This webinar will cover how crowdsourcing has been successfully used to tackle a number of research projects that require massive human effort. Andrew Su, PhD, will provide a general overview of this field and share practical insights from two case studies.

Tagged: collaboration

Developing a Community Advisory Board for Research Toolkit

This toolkit is intended to assist researchers in navigating the processes of developing and establishing a community advisory board (CAB) for their research studies. Practical tips and step-by-step guidelines are provided

Tagged: community engagement

Developing a professional social media presence on Twitter –Tips and strategies for researchers and academics

Overview: When used to support and promote professional activities, social media can be a powerful tool for faculty, researchers, and clinicians. Platforms like Twitter make it easy and convenient to disseminate research, expand professional networks, and interact with new audiences. Given all the potential benefits, it is important to develop an intentional social media strategy that will enhance one’s career. This webinar provides social media guidance for researchers and academics who are looking to build a professional, digital presence. Social media case studies, step-by-step instructions for conducting a “digital audit” and recommended tips for social media use are presented. Speaker: Sarah Mojarad, MS, is a lecturer at the University of Southern California (USC) where she holds a faculty appointment in Viterbi School of Engineering. Prior to joining USC, she co-created and co-taught the course “Social Media for Scientists” at Caltech. In addition to teaching an updated version of this course at USC, Sarah has been piloting a new medical student curricular program on online professionalism the last two years. Last spring, she also co-created and co-taught a new course on career development for physician scientist students. Sarah has given keynote talks, lectures, and workshops around the world. She has presented her work to the National Science Board of the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of State, and the National Cancer Institute. Her areas of expertise are in social media, science communication, and online medical professionalism. She received her BA in Psychology from Boston University and MS in Corporate and Organization Communication from Northeastern University.

Tagged: social media/internet research

Digital & Traditional Tools for Recruitment Toolkit

This toolkit contains proven strategies and tips to help researchers develop a solid plan to recruit and retain study participants.

Tagged: research participant recruitment

Digital Scholar Webinar: Breaking Down (Brick) Walls: Switching to Remote, Virtual, & Decentralized Clinical Trials

In this 60-minute webinar, Dr. Tenaerts presents the work of the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) and discusses two main topics regarding digital clinical trials: (1) moving ongoing trials to remote and (2) planning for decentralized trials.

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Digital Scholar Webinar: Getting to Outcomes: Supporting Implementation of Evidence-Based Programs

This presentation will summarize the Getting to Outcomes approach and its research. In addition, the presentation will show how digital tools have been used to support community organizations.

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Digital Scholar Webinar: Online Teaching Practices Buffet: Tools, Strategies, and Materials for a More Inclusive Online Class

In this webinar, you will learn to identify at least one new strategy applicable to online teaching, plan at least one course update to make your online course more inclusive and access customizable recommended materials for course inclusivity.

Tagged: career development, technology, academia

Digital Scholar Webinar: Open Reproducible Research – Challenges and Opportunities

This presentation introduces basic concepts and issues around reproducibility. It will then provide an overview of existing tools that help researchers publish open reproducible research and which aspects users should consider when selecting the right tool for the own work.

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Digital Scholar Webinar: Recruiting Research Participants Online Using Reddit

​This 50-minute presentation introduces r/SampleSize, a community on the website Reddit that allows for online participant recruitment without compulsory or immediate payment. It will provide an overview of best practices for recruiting participants on r/SampleSize. It will also compare r/SampleSize to Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk), a widely used crowdsourcing platform for recruiting research participants.

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Digital strategies to find the right journal for publishing your research

This webinar will provide an overview of digital tools and initiatives that help researchers select the right journal for their manuscript to ensure the best chance of article acceptance.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science

Disseminating Scientific Papers via Twitter: Practical Insights and Research Evidence

The course provides an overview of Altmetrics research and present the challenges – including methods and first results – of classifying Twitter user groups, with a particular focus on identifying members of the general public and measuring societal impact. The course will provide hands-on exercises and instructions on how to analyze by whom, when, and how scientific papers are shared on Twitter.

Tagged: dissemination of science, networking

Disseminating scientific research via Twitter: Practical insights and research evidence

This webinar will provide an overview of using Twitter to reach peers and non-specialist groups, the relationship between tweets and citations, and provide tips for building an academic Twitter presence.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, online profile building

Education Resource Center Series: Managing Stress in Research Courses through Intentional Course Design: Resolutions for a New Semester

This 90-minute interactive workshop acknowledges the stress affecting students and instructors--particularly related to research courses--as we begin a new semester and provides effective course design practices that can aid in managing that stress.

Tagged: education

Education Resource Center Series: Trauma-informed Teaching: Using Best Practices in Course Design to Mitigate the Effects of Trauma among Students

Participants will learn about Patrick Lencioni’s widely distributed team-building model outlined in The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team: A fable.

Tagged: career development, academia, education

Effective Use of Academic and Social Media Networks for Endorsing your Publication

This webinar will give a detailed overview of the recommended strategies for effective research promotion on academic and social media platforms and optimizing visibility of the published articles.

Tagged: scientific communication

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 1: Regulatory Considerations (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 2: Gene Therapy Trials and Tribulations (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 3: Clinical Trials for Stem Cell Therapies (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 4: CT Enabling Technologies – Decentralized Clinical Trials (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 5: Immunotherapy Trials (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Emerging Technologies/Treatments Bootcamp Session 6: Cutting Edge Technologies and Humanitarian Devices (2017)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory considerations for conducting clinical trials in the era of emerging technologies and treatments.

Tagged: regulatory science

Ensuring quality in clinical trials: monitoring concepts and CRC development training (2018)

Audience members will learn about a readily available, user-friendly, self-paced study module that provides training on essential concepts and practical approaches to monitoring.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Ethics Consultation #1: Dealing with conflicts with your mentor

In this brief dramatization, a young researcher concerned her mentor/supervisor is conducting research in a scientifically improper manner seeks advice from an SC CTSI ethics consultant.

Tagged: research ethics, responsible conduct of research

How Researchers Can Get Science Done Faster Using an R&D Services Marketplace

Watch this webinar to learn how the Science Exchange R&D Services Marketplace can empower researchers to outsource experiments and attract collaborators. Success stories will show how scientists in diverse research areas have used Science Exchange to save time and gain early access to innovation.

Tagged: networking, collaboration

How to Get Indexed in International Citation Databases

Citations—often termed as intellectual transactions, acknowledgment of intellectual debts, and conceptual association—are a link between the author’s current study and already published work. It not only provides credibility to the author’s work but also helps funders evaluate the impact of the research study.

Tagged: dissemination of science, research impact measurement

How to Submit a Grant Application and Activate Clinical Studies at USC

In this video, you will learn about the process of submitting a grant application at USC, and the various offices involved throughout the process. In addition, you will learn about what to do after your grant is funded, and how to go about activating and starting your clinical research study.

Tagged: career development, innovation, study design, funding, collaboration, clinical trials, budgets, logistics, money, clinical affairs & operations, clinical trial conduct, academia, clinical research

Introducing Figshare, a Free Repository where Researchers Can Make all of Their Research Outputs Available in a Citable, Shareable and Discoverable Manner

This webinar will (1) introduce the platform, (2) showcase examples of successful data sharing and its impact, and (3) explain how to best use it for sharing knowledge more quickly and effectively, and for building an online research profile.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, collaboration, online profile building

Introduction to Becoming a Successful Digital Scholar

In this workshop, we will provide an overview of Digital Scholarship and explore examples of scholars who have successfully used digital approaches to advance their research and careers.

Tagged: scientific communication, research participant recruitment, dissemination of science, networking, collaboration, online profile building, reputation management

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research - Session 1

This course introduces the mission and processes of Clinical and Translational Research (CTR). It demonstrates approaches to formulating and writing research questions and hypotheses appropriate to CTR. Online video lectures prepare participants for the course sessions.

Tagged: community engagement, research methodology, study design

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Bias in Clinical/Translational Research; Analyzing Data and Interpreting the Results - Session 4

In the first section, lectures cover potential sources of bias that can occur at all stages of research, and how to mitigate their impact on findings. The second section focuses on analysis of data in biomedical research, its presentation, statistical testing and conclusions. These lectures prepare students for in-class sessions.

Tagged: biostatistics, research methodology

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Clinical Data for Translational Science Research; Bioinformatics and High-Density Data - Session 3

These online video lectures describe the increasingly rich sources of health data, such as electronic health records, available for scientific investigation by clinical and translational researchers, and introduces the methods and issues surrounding their use. The lecturer also reviews bioinformatic tools and information technologies that leverage high-density experimental data, with a focus on analysis of the human genome.

Tagged: informatics, research methodology

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Introduction to Research Ethics - Session 6

This online lecture reviews the history and development of the guidelines and federal regulations addressing ethical considerations associated with clinical and translational research.

Tagged: research ethics, responsible conduct of research

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Statistical Model and Systematic Reviews - Session 5

The first section of this session discusses the process of developing a conceptual and statistical model that can most effectively test a hypothesis. The second section describes the role of systematic reviews of research literature and the statistical meta-analyses designed to collectively assess their findings.

Tagged: biostatistics, literature evaluation and synthesis, research methodology, scientific literature search, study design

Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research: Study Population and Study Design - Session 2

This course outlines basic concepts and terminology in the design of clinical/translational research projects targeting specific populations, and discusses methods to identify useful study populations within large and diverse cities. These online video lectures prepare students for course in-class sessions.

Tagged: research methodology, study design

iStar Training Videos

Video tutorials show researchers how to use iStar, USC's online IRB (Institutional Review Board) application system.

Tagged: career development, responsible conduct of research

Leverage Science Crowdfunding

In this workshop, you will learn how to leverage crowdfunding to obtain seed funding. Science crowdfunding is an alternative approach that couples storytelling, fundraising, outreach and networking. Scientists in academia and the private sector have already successfully used it to supplement and substitute grants.

Tagged: funding

Leveraging Medical Health Record Data for Identifying Research Study Participants: Practical Guidance on Using Clinical Research Informatics Applications in Your Research

This webinar will highlight three applications available at USC, CHLA and LA County DHS that assist researchers with identifying prospective study participants.

Tagged: research participant recruitment, clinical research informatics

MedEdPORTAL, a Peer-Reviewed Journal and Online Resource for Teaching and Learning Resources

This webinar will introduce a MEDLINE-indexed, open-access journal that allows researchers to leverage existing digital educational materials from other institutions and to get scholarly credit for those materials they share.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, collaboration

Monitoring and Auditing Bootcamp Session 2: FDA Inspections - Getting Ready (2016)

In this series, we will discuss regulatory complexities regarding clinical trials.

Tagged: regulatory science, responsible conduct of research

Monitoring and Auditing Bootcamp Session 3: Auditing GCP Systems for Data Integrity (2016)

In this series, we will discuss data integrity, GCP systems, regulatory framework enforcement, and auditing for data integrity

Tagged: regulatory science, responsible conduct of research

Monitoring and Auditing Bootcamp Session 4: Sponsor Audits: Data Handling and Reports (2016)

​In this series, we will discuss what a sponsor does with data after a clinical trial finishes at a site, focusing on audits.

Tagged: regulatory science, responsible conduct of research

Monitoring and Auditing Bootcamp Session 5: Workshop: GCP Audit Process and Checklist Scope (2016)

In this series, you will be asked to develop an audit plan and audit checklist for GCP Compliance.

Tagged: regulatory science, responsible conduct of research

Overcoming Regulatory Challenges and Building Community Trust for a SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine

Learn more about the FDA and regulatory restrictions related to SARS-CoV-2 vaccines and the challenges in distribution to the general public

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Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 1: Introduction (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 2: Regulatory Requirements (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: device development, drug development, regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 3: Safety Reporting in Investigator-Initiated Trials (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 4: Safety Reporting from Other Sources (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 5: Safety Reporting in Industry-Sponsored Trials and Case Studies - Part 1 (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 6: Safety Reporting in Industry-Sponsored Trials and Case Studies - Part 2 (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: device development, regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 7: Adverse Event Reporting (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Pharmacovigilance and Safety Reporting Boot Camp Session 8: Wrap up (2018)

In this series, we will discuss pharmacovigilance and safety reporting in clinical trials. Case studies are presented throughout the series.

Tagged: regulatory science, research ethics, responsible conduct of research, clinical trials

Promotora Instructional Video

This video demonstrates promotora training techniques, focusing on lesson 1 of "Su Corazón, Su Vida," and associated research protocol.

Tagged: career development, community engagement

PubMed Tutorial

This online lecture and tutorial provides the basics of searching and accessing articles through PubMed, an online database of publications for health and the life sciences.

Tagged: scientific communication, scientific literature search

Recruiting Participants Online for Survey and Intervention Research

Overview: This webinar will describe lessons learned from a series of studies that used social media websites to recruit U.S. veterans into two survey research efforts and a randomized controlled trial addressing heavy alcohol use. As an increasing number of research studies are moving online, the methods described to reach this typically difficult-to-engage group using the Internet alone can be applied to a number of other populations and research designs. Speaker: Eric R. Pedersen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Southern California Dr. Pedersen is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Keck School of Medicine at USC. He is an adjunct behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. He is also the Director of Digital Mental Health and he is the Director of Digital Health within the SC CTSI. His research interests are primarily in the areas of young adult/adolescent alcohol use and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Tagged: social media/internet research, collaboration

Recruiting study participants online using Amazon's Mechanical Turk

Crowdsourcing has had a dramatic impact on the speed and scale at which scientific research can be conducted. This webinar summarizes what is known about MTurk sample composition and data quality with an emphasis on findings relevant to clinical psychological research. It then addresses methodological issues with using MTurk--many of which are common to other nonprobability samples but unfamiliar to clinical science researchers--and suggests concrete steps to avoid these issues or minimize their impact.

Tagged: research participant recruitment

Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Design Bootcamp Session 1: Intro/Key Terms (2018)

In this session, we will discuss commonly used terms in clinical trial design and regulatory science.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Design Bootcamp Session 3: Classic and Novel Designs Used in Regulatory Approvals (2018)

In this session, we will discuss how classic and novel designs are used in regulatory approvals and the benefits and consequences of utilizing these types of designs.

Tagged: regulatory science, research ethics, clinical trials, legislations

Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Design Bootcamp Session 4: Unique Designs for Medical Device Trials (2018)

In this session, we will discuss how medical device trials are conducted in Europe and the United States and how these trials differ from pharmacological trials.

Tagged: device development, regulatory science, research ethics, clinical trials

Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Design Bootcamp Session 5: Case Studies and Future Trends (2018)

In this session, we will discuss trends in drug development in 2017 and look at case studies that reflect these trends.

Tagged: drug development, regulatory science, clinical trials

Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Design Bootcamp Session 6: Panel Discussion (2018)

In this session, audience members ask the panel questions concerning real world evidence, the gold standard for devices, adaptive trial design, sample size of control group, and legislation changes in European drug regulations.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Regulatory Science Series (2013)

Six lecturers provide in-depth reviews of the federal FDA and other regulations and guidelines that govern all aspects of clinical and translational research on new drugs and biomedical devices.

Tagged: device development, drug development, regulatory science, research ethics, responsible conduct of research

Research Data Sharing and Re-Use: Practical Implications for Data Citation Practice that Benefit Researchers

This webinar will highlight the findings of a recent study on the characteristics of data sharing, reuse, and citation, and it will provide practical recommendations for formalized citation practices that benefit the researchers who decide to do so.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, online profile building

Research Ethics Forum: Ethical Challenges in Trials of Human Genome Editing and Gene Therapy

In her 60-minute presentation, Professor Charo addresses Ethical Challenges in Trials of Human Genome Editing and Gene Therapy, as gene therapy and genome editing clinical trials involve ethical challenges not always found in other areas of research.

Tagged: research ethics

SC CTSI COVID-19 Vaccine Informational Town Hall

This virtual town hall focused on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has impacted our local communities and information was shared about availability of vaccines.

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So You Want to Apply for a NRSA

A tutorial to help pre-doctoral students apply for the NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA).

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Social Media and the 21st-Century Scholar: How Researchers Can Harness Social Media to Amplify Their Career

This webinar will highlight successful case studies that show how scientists and scholars might use social media to enhance their careers and outline five key steps scientists can follow to build and manage your scholarly presence online.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, networking, online profile building

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 1: Pharmacometrics (2017)

In this session, we will discuss the pharmacometrics of special populations with special emphasis on children.

Tagged: informatics, regulatory science, responsible conduct of research, pharmacokinetics

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 2: Clinical Research Support (CRS) Group (2017)

In this session, we will discuss clinical trials at USC and the services available for assistance.

Tagged: innovation, regulatory science, responsible conduct of research, study design

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 3: Study Recruitment – Maximizing Impact (2017)

In this session, we will discuss how to engage populations into effective ways of involvement in clinical trials.

Tagged: community engagement, innovation, regulatory science, responsible conduct of research, research participant recruitment

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 4: Research - Engaging Adolescents and Young Adults (2017)

In this session, we will discuss the importance and concerns of dealing with adolescents in clinical trials.

Tagged: regulatory science, research ethics, social media/internet research

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 5: Clinical Research in Pregnant Women and Neonates (2017)

In this session, we will discuss the special population research and behaviour on women and neonates.

Tagged: regulatory science, research ethics, clinical trials, special populations

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 6: Working in Criminal Justice Settings (2017)

In this session, we will discuss the importance and recommendations on the incarcerated population, with the prisoners as research subjects.

Tagged: regulatory science, special populations

Special Populations Bootcamp Session 7: Geriatric Subjects and Trials in the Cognitively Impaired (2017)

In this session, we will discuss the research for cognitive impairment outcomes and targets for interventions.

Tagged: regulatory science, clinical trials

Successful Research Recruitment: A Toolkit for a Community-Based Approach

This toolkit aims to develop greater capacity and success in research participant recruitment, particularly in the recruitment of underrepresented populations such as ethnic minorities

Tagged: community engagement, research participant recruitment

The Art of Mentorship and Being Mentored

A lecturer outlines strategies to ensure successful academic mentorships in clinical and translational science.

Tagged: mentoring

Toolkit for Developing Community Partnerships

This community partnership toolkit outlines the process and approach needed during every phase of community-engaged research including: relationship building, proposal development, project execution and dissemination

Tagged: community engagement

Using alternative scholarly metrics to showcase the impact of your research: An introduction for researchers

Scholarship is increasingly being created, disseminated, and measured on digital and social platforms. If Twitter exchanges, Facebook “saves,” and YouTube hits are the new metrics for tracking scholarship, how are we measuring societal and educational impact and outreach? How can researchers display their research impact using social media on promotion and tenure dossiers? This webinar will discuss altmetrics, alternative scholarly metrics that measure the impact and use of scholarship.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, research impact measurement

Using electronic Laboratory Notebooks in the academic life sciences: a group leader's experience on how they can make research teams more efficient

Digital technologies are shaping the way experiments are performed, results captured, and findings disseminated. We will explore what electronic Laboratory Notebooks (eLNs) afford biomedical researchers, what they require, and how one should go about implementing such a tool.

Tagged: project management, team management

Using Social Media Data to Gain Insights into Community Trends

In this workshop, you will learn how to use social media data (social media listening) to gain insights into emerging community needs, trends, and conversations.

Tagged: social media/internet research

Using the research platform TurkPrime to crowdsource data for the health sciences

Crowdsourcing platforms are revolutionizing research by providing a way to collect clinical and behavioral data with unprecedented speed and efficiency. This seminar explores another digital platform called TurkPrime that is designed to support research participant recruitment.

Tagged: research participant recruitment

Utilization of Twitter by early career women in academic medicine and science: Suggestions for developing a Twitter network

This webinar will highlight different ways of using Twitter for professional development to obtain the support women in academic medicine and science are otherwise lacking.

Tagged: scientific communication, dissemination of science, networking, collaboration

Utilize Digital and Social Media Data for Your Research

Today, over 80 percent of Americans seek health information online and nearly 70 percent of all Internet users in the United States use digital and social media. These numbers are increasing, even among diverse and underserved populations. This trend provides huge opportunities for researchers.

Tagged: social media/internet research

Virtual REDCap Workshop

In this workshop, you will learn to create and build your database from the REDCap Toolkit, learn to use your database including data entry, retrieval, and scheduling, and more.

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What We Can Learn About Successful Citizen Science from Microbiome Research

Citizen Science typically refers to research collaborations between scientists and volunteers, particularly (but not exclusively) to expand opportunities for scientific data collection and to provide access to scientific information for community members. Dr. Knight will discuss the American Gut Project (http://americangut.org) that was launched in November 2012 to discover the kinds of microbes and microbiomes “in the wild” via a self-selected citizen-scientist cohort. The result is a database that characterizes the diversity of the industrialized human gut microbiome on an unprecedented scale; reveals novel relationships with health, lifestyle, and dietary factors; and establishes a living platform for research discovery.

Tagged: research participant recruitment, project management, clinical trials

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