Research Activities

The D.K. Kim International Center for Regulatory Science, funded in part by the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute, conducts research in regulatory science topics. Additional funding comes from the USC Undergraduate Research Associates Program and other individual fellowships. Examples include:
– Implementation/dissemination science and visual communication of educational modules
– Underrepresented populations in clinical trials
– Adaptive clinical trials
– Companion diagnostic development
– Regulatory dissonance between US and Europe in product labeling
– Active pharmaceutical and finished product supply chain and quality
– Opioid antagonists treatments

To see highlights of all Research Activities, click here.
For more information on Research Activities, email Amelia Spinrad at spinrad(at)usc.edu