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 […]
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.
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.
Read the latest Regulatory Updates April 2019. Stay tuned Regulatory Updates will be back in the Fall. Have a wonderful Summer break!
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.
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!
Read the latest regulatory updates for January and February 2019.
Dr. C. Benson Kuo and his team is documenting the evolving regulatory landscape in China!