Regulatory Science Symposium: Diversity in Clinical Trials in the Time of COVID-19 Session 1: Introduction

Course Syllabus/Topics

1. Introduction
a. “Diversity in Clinical Trials in the Time of COVID-19” symposium is sponsored by: SC CTSI, ICTS, UCLA CTSI, and USC School of Pharmacy International Center for Regulatory Science 
2. Symposium Log-In
a. Electronic Binder: 
3. SC CTSI Clinical Research Support (CRS)
a. A comprehensive service aiding investigators and research teams to develop, activate, conduct, and report results for human subject research studies 
4. Monitoring Module: https://uscregsci.remotelearne... 
a. Created by the USC Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences
b. To cross train investigators in the practices of monitoring 
5. Georgia CTSA and SC CTSI: Online Course Catalog
a. Link: https://twd.ce.emorynursingexp... 
b. Offers free trainings for clinical research workforce to the first 400 registrants
c. Contact hours can be used for CRP certification renewal
6. Http://
a. Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences website can be found within the USC School of Pharmacy
7. Degree Programs
a. Five Graduate Programs: DRSC, MS Regulatory Science, MS Management for Drug Development, and MS Medical Product Quality
b. Certificates: Food Safety, Regulatory Science, Early Drug Development, Clinical Design and Management, Patient and Product Safety 
8. Symposiums
a. Occurring since 2015! 
b. Symposium recordings are easily accessible for viewing on the SC CTSI’s online educational library: 
9. Agenda
10. Program Evaluation
11. Time for Polls!


Accompanying text created by Annie Ly | Graduate Student, Regulatory Science, USC School of Pharmacy


Eunjoo Pacifici, PharmD, PhD
Chair and Associate Professor of Regulatory and Quality Sciences Associate Director, D. K. Kim International Center for Regulatory Science

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