The Regulatory Science Research Team’s summer research culminated in the submission of five student presentations to the 2021 Young Investigator Awards. Research team undergraduate and graduate researchers showcased their work and shared their findings via digital media presentations at Moving Targets 2021. Moving Targets is an annual multidisciplinary symposium held by the AAPS Student Chapter in the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the USC School of Pharmacy that fosters interaction between graduate students and leading scientists, innovators, and policymakers from academia, industry, and government.
Recorded presentations can be viewed here. To view student presentation slides please follow the title links below.
Arianna Crovetto; “Consumer Pricing of Antiretroviral Treatment in Los Angeles County: Tensions between Patents and Treatments”
Carly Yang; “Patterns of Exclusion in Antidepressant Clinical Trials”
Janet Wu; “The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Non-COVID-19 Clinical Trials”
Ngoctran Tran; “Assessing the Current Regulatory Framework for Medical Device Cybersecurity”
Nicholas Naumov; “Mapping Clinical Trial Outcome Measures for Atopic Dermatitis”
Highlight posted on August 20, 2021