Clinical Trial Quality Training Series

The D.K. Kim International Center for Regulatory Science, in conjunction with the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute, has developed open-access, self-study modules that trains academic researchers in essential concepts and…

Regulatory Science
Clinical Trials
Auditing and Monitoring Plans
Investigator-Initiated Trials (IITs)
Human Subjects
International Conference of Harmonization (ICH)

Research Ethics Forum: ACCEPT-AI - Encoding Ethical Values in AI/ML Research

This 60-minute forum discusses how ACCEPT-AI can help researchers and developers encode ethical values from the jump, avoiding harmful and embarrassing mistakes.

Research Ethics
Ethics
artificial intelligence

Digital Scholar Webinar: Advanced AI Augmented Reality for Treatment of PTSD

This 60-minute webinar shares STARC's work over the past decade on developing advanced immersive augmented reality technology.

Digital Scholar Webinar: Selection And Utilization of Wearables for Biosensing in Clinical, Laboratory, And Naturalistic Settings - Lana Ruvolo Grasser

In this 2-hour workshop, participants reflect on professional time management. They'll develop personal systems for time and boundary control through activities and discussions, exploring strategies for better management.

Career Development Seminar Series: Rapport with Time

In this 2-hour workshop, participants reflect on professional time management, developing personal systems for time and boundary control through activities and discussions, and exploring strategies for better management.

Career Development Seminar Series: Design Thinking for Innovation

During this 2-hour session, we introduce the principles of design thinking as well as give examples of how and why it is being used today.

Digital Scholar Webinar: HIV and STI Protection through UBESAFE - Geofencing, Contextualized Messages, and Gamification

Join our 60-min webinar on UBESAFE app: Learn smartphone alerts based on context, gamification for engagement.

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