Our own Dr. Gerald Loeb and Dr. Frances Richmond collaborated on an article for Frontiers in Robotics and AI titled “Turning Neural Prosthetics Into Viable Products”. Go to THIS PAGE and scroll down to the White Papers section to read the article.
We are excited to announce the launch of Module 2 of our Clinical Trial Quality Training Series: “Auditing of a Clinical Research Site”. To access the module and the accompanying resources at no cost, sign in or create a new account at http://uscregsci.remote-learner.net and enroll yourself in the course.
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The Regulatory Science Research Team’s summer research culminated in the submission of five student presentations to the 2021 Young Investigator Awards. Research team undergraduate and graduate researchers showcased their work and shared their findings via digital media presentations at Moving Targets 2021. Moving Targets is an annual multidisciplinary symposium held by the AAPS Student Chapter […]
Mr. Chin-Wei Soo joins the distinguished 2021 class of Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) Fellows. The RAPS Fellows program recognizes senior regulatory professionals for their significant contributions and leadership in advancing the regulatory profession.
Congratulations to all participants for contributing to the success of DIA 2021 in support of the conference theme: Collaboration without Boundaries pushes beyond walls, beyond borders.
For the 2021 academic year, USC awarded 97 students the Order of Troy for their academic excellence while devoting extensive time and energy in service outside the classroom and 113 students the Order of Arête, the highest honor accorded graduate students, for campus or community leadership roles beyond their programs of study.
Research team students – Annie Ly, Cecilia Nguyen, Christian Reyes, Emily Donahue, Kelsey Genda, and Sunyoung (Stacy) Uhm are USC graduates. Congratulations to you all! Your moment has arrived and your next adventure awaits.
We look forward to seeing all our student team members in person when it is prudent to do so. Congratulations to all for submitting your outstanding research to the Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work.
Translational Science 2021 (March 30 – April 2, 2021) transitioned into a virtual experience featuring a scientific program focused on breaking barriers and building bridges across clinical research and translational science.