Session 1: Translating Academic Research Into Product Development: Integrating GXPs into the Process Chair: Nancy Pire-Smerkanich, DRSc, MS | Assistant Faculty |School of Pharmacy, SC-CTSI, USC Speakers: – Eunjoo Pacifici, PharmD, PhD | Associate Faculty, Director RKS | School of Pharmacy, SC-CTSI, USC – Susan Vogel, RN, BSN | Clinical Research Oversight Manager | NIAID, […]
Advaita Chandramohan, a rising sophomore biomedical engineering major at USC, spoke at the Drug Information Association Conference in San Diego in the session titled The Responsibility Industry, Agencies, and Early Education own in Cure-Model Based Therapeutics.
Sean Kerns, a USC Master’s in global supply chain management student, orally presented a poster on An Analysis of Global Supply Chain Issues Affecting Biopharmaceutical Manufacturers from 2013 – 2018. Faculty advisers: Dr. Eunjoo Pacifici and Nancy Pire-Smerkanich Other contributors: Amelia Spinrad, Nora Zhu and Hannah Kim Ruoying Sheng, a USC Master’s in regulatory science […]
Nancy Pire-Smerkanich leads student track at DIA 2019. Among other activities, she moderated and judged the student poster presentations, and she made it on the front of the DIA newspaper for the 2nd day in a row!
Nancy Pire-Smerkanich organized a forum for students and emerging professionals at the Drug Information Association Conference in San Diego! Amelia Spinrad served on a panel of professionals, discussing careers in academia. Kristen Felthousen chaired a session on resumes and network. We made the front page of the DIA newspaper!
Dr. Pacifici was interviewed for an article in Medscape titled Chinese Cancer Article Retraction Could Point to Regulators’ Drive for Higher Clinical Research Standards
An article on Trial Site News was published on our monitoring module titled USC Clinical Trials Research Produces Self-Study Quality Module to Support Improved Data Quality During Investigator-Initiated Trials. The article points out that “academic institutions engaged in Investigator-Initiated Trials that don’t presently have formal monitoring programs should consider requiring this course of its research […]
Amelia Spinrad presented at the USC Office for the Protection of Research Subjects Research Coordinator Education Lunch on free educational tools.