A successful Spring 2019 regulatory science boot camp!

The topical regulatory science boot camp on Patient-centered Drug Development and Real World Evidence/Data hosted over 130 attendees. The event was a success, and all attendees reported that they would attend future boot camp sessions! For more general information on regulatory science boot camps, click here.

Masters’ candidate Nora Zhu receives scholarship

Regulatory research team member Nora Zhu was awarded the William J. Lander Sr. Memorial Scholarship to attend and present her research at the Society of Quality Assurance Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia!

Doctoral student speaks at RegSci/SC CTSI boot camp event

DRSc student Mladen Bozic gave two presentations: “Patient-Centered Drug Development” and “Rare Diseases” at our latest bootcamp, titled “Patient-Centered Drug Development & Real World Evidence/Data”, on March 13, 2019

Translational Science 2019 Poster Presentations in DC

Jackie Chen, Kaylene Okada, Amelia Spinrad and Nancy Pire-Smerkanich presented their posters at the Translational Science 2019 Conference in Washington DC! The three poster presentations were titled An Analysis of Current Trends in Inclusion of Underrepresented Populations in Clinical Trials: Women and Geriatrics in Clinical Trials, The Regulatory Landscape of Products to Treat Opioid Overdose […]

2019 Capitol Hill Advocacy Day

Amelia Spinrad and Kaylene Okada, along with many members from the Southern California Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, joined the Coalition for Clinical and Translational Science for the 2019 Capitol Hill Advocacy Day. Multiple stakeholders gathered together to speak out with a unified voice on behalf of the clinical and translational research community. For general […]

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