On November 7, 2019, an enthusiastic team of Regulatory Science staff and students were on-hand for Research and Fellowships Week, an annual event hosted by USC’s Academic Honors and Fellowships, Graduate School, and Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
An enthusiastic RegSC team, led by current officers Annie Ly (President), Sukhmani Kaur (Vice President), Advaita Chandramohan (Secretary) and Annie Xie (Treasurer) was on-hand at the Fair to greet interested students and answer questions about how to get involved.
Moving Targets 2019 was held on August 23rd at the USC Hotel. The one-day research symposium focused on applications, specifically the emerging role of artificial intelligence, for big data analysis to improve various aspects of medicine, from drug development to healthcare. Several Regulatory Science researchers presented at Moving Targets.
Kristen Felthousen hosted 2 professional development workshops for our summer regulatory science research students. One workshop focused on resumes and the other on interviewing. Kristen is an amazing resource for our students. We are so lucky to have her on our team!
Arianna Montero, a rising senior psychology major at USC, presented her research on Developing A Visual Literacy Tool for Huntington’s Disease in Magdalena, Columbia. She conducts her research with faculty Eunjoo Pacifici, PharmD, PhD.
Female Representation in Early-Phase Clinical Trials Authors: Kaitlyn Park (BS Pharmacology and Drug Development Student), Amelia Spinrad (MS Regulatory Science Student), Eunjoo Pacifici and Nancy Pire-Smerkanich DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.japh.2019.05.016 Opioid Antagonist Treatments: The Evolution of Naloxone’s Regulatory Framework Authors: Kaylene Okada (Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Design and Management Student), Pooja Singh (BS Pharmacology and Drug […]
Ensuring Quality in Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trials through Monitoring Concepts Training Authors: Amelia Spinrad (MS Regulatory Science Student), Nancy Pire-Smerkanich, Eunjoo Pacifici, Apurva Uniyal, Annie Xie (BS Pharmacology and Drug Development Student), Annie Ly (Progressive MS Regulatory Science Student), and Advaita Chandramohan (BS Biomedical Engineering Student) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/cts.2019.267 The Regulatory Landscape of Products to Treat Opioid […]
Arianna Montero, a rising senior psychology major at USC, presented her poster on Developing A Visual Literacy Tool for Huntington’s Disease in Magdalena, Columbia. She conducts her research with faculty Eunjoo Pacifici, PharmD, PhD.
Session 1: Translating Academic Research Into Product Development: Integrating GXPs into the Process Chair: Nancy Pire-Smerkanich, DRSc, MS | Assistant Faculty |School of Pharmacy, SC-CTSI, USC Speakers: – Eunjoo Pacifici, PharmD, PhD | Associate Faculty, Director RKS | School of Pharmacy, SC-CTSI, USC – Susan Vogel, RN, BSN | Clinical Research Oversight Manager | NIAID, […]
Advaita Chandramohan, a rising sophomore biomedical engineering major at USC, spoke at the Drug Information Association Conference in San Diego in the session titled The Responsibility Industry, Agencies, and Early Education own in Cure-Model Based Therapeutics.