American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition, the only conference that brings together the entire pharmacy community, took place virtually on March 12-15, 2021. Through this innovative and creative opportunity, nine USC Regulatory Science Research Team posters were accepted and published. Undaunted by the pandemic, students were quick to pivot to the online platform and utilized digital ePosters and video recordings to bring new meaning to the old term “poster presentation.” To view our student’s research results please follow the ePoster title links below.
Annie Ly: “Who is Afraid of BPCA? Promoting Pediatric Inclusion in Clinical Trials and Pediatric-Specific Drug Information”
Carly Yang: “Antidepressants among Special and Vulnerable Populations: Examining Clinical Trials for Generalizability of Findings”
Cecilia Nguyen: “Representation of Race and Ethnicity in Clinical Trials for Pediatric Mental Health Disorders”
Christian Reyes: “Building a Platform for Developing, Disseminating, and Gathering Feedback on Plain Language Summaries for Clinical Trial Participants”
Emily Donahue: “Barriers to Diabetes Technology in Low-Income Patients”
Erica Lee: “Examining the Scientific and Regulatory Basis of Treatments for Muscle Cramps”
Kelsey Genda: “Quality, Safety and Efficacy Issues of Dietary Supplements”
Omer Baker: “Review of Government-Sponsored Studies and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Guidance for COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing, Treatments, and Vaccines”
Tyler Fukunaga: “Is the Clinical Trial a Potential Barrier to Alzheimer’s Disease Pharmacotherapy Development?”
For general information on Research Activities, click here.
Highlight posted on March 18, 2021