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 […]
Regulatory science research team member Jackie Chen presented her research at the Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting in New Orleans! Jackie has been researching with us for almost two years, looking into geriatric inclusion in clinical trials and drug labels.
During a recent four-day training event held at USC, the School of Pharmacy and the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute played a role in helping to standardize the many regulations and policies that govern how medical devices are tested and marketed internationally.
We are so sad to see our students go, but are excited to see all the great things the accomplish! Congratulations to Aashrey Kaul, Nora Zhu, Raveena Mathur, Sushmitha Sampath, Amoolya Girish, Jackie Chen and Kaitlyn Park.
On May 2nd, we hosted a spectacular gala, under the amazing space shuttle Endeavour, at the California Science Center! The evening was a wonderful way to celebrate and honor Mr. D. K. Kim for his enormous contribution to our program.
An International Medical Device Regulators Forum held on April 29 to May 3, 2019 at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Pharmacy hosted regulatory reviewers from Southeast Asia, South America, and the U.S. under the auspices of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). Training was aimed at harmonized guidance for medical devices.
Read the latest Regulatory Updates April 2019. Stay tuned Regulatory Updates will be back in the Fall. Have a wonderful Summer break!
Regulatory science research team presented 8 posters at USC’s Undergraduate Symposium on Wednesday, April 10th. Congratulations to Jackie Chen, Kaitlyn Park and Annie Ly for winning first place in the Social Sciences I category for their project titled An Analysis of Current Trends in Inclusions of Historically Underrepresented Populations in Clinical Trials: Females, Pediatrics, and Geriatrics.
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Park (Pharmacology and Drug Development), Jacqueline Chen and Annie Ly (both in Health and Human Sciences) on their first place win at the Office of the Provost’s 2019 Undergraduate Symposium. The students were honored for their scholarly and creative work in social sciences. Way to go Trojans!
Our next Regulatory Science boot camp will take place on Friday, May 3, 2019. The subject will be “Clinical Trials with Medical Devices”