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! Photo credit: Linda Wang, USC […]
Our next Regulatory Science boot camp will take place on Friday, May 3, 2019. The subject will be “Clinical Trials with Medical Devices”
Read the latest regulatory updates for March 2019.
Congratulations to Drs. Eunjoo Pacifici, April Armstrong and Nancy Pire-Smerkanich for being awarded funding for their undergraduate research associate project on “Addressing Barriers in Conducting Clinical Trials in Academia by Applying Elements of Implementation Science in the Development and Launch of a Clinical Trial Training Initiative” and to Drs. Nancy Pire-Smerkanich, Michelle Kipke and Terry Church for […]
Regulatory science research team members attended the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting to present their research! Craig Luis, PharmD student, presented on “In Vitro Companion Diagnostic Device Development in the Era of Personalized Medicine” Rachel Seo, PharmD student, presented on “Elements of Regulatory Dissonance: Examining FDA and EMA Review of New Vaccine Applications (2006-2018)” Jessica Pham, […]
Amelia Spinrad gave a presentation on the self-study training module created on “Monitoring of a Clinical Trial Site” to clinical research professionals at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
The topical regulatory science boot camp on patient-centered drug development and real world evidence/data hosted over 130 attendees. All attendees reported that they would attend future boot camp sessions!
Doctor of regulatory science student Mladen Bozic gave two presentations: “Patient-Centered Drug Development” and “Rare Diseases” at the “Patient-Centered Drug Development & Real World Evidence/Data” boot camp. Highlight posted on March 18th, 2019
Regulatory science 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! Nora’s research focuses on quality issues associated with finished pharmaceutical products sold in the US and manufactured in China, India or the US.