The world of Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance is undergoing dramatic change from simple adverse event reporting to comprehensive signal and benefit-risk management processes. In this course, attendees will be introduced to the core aspects of best practices by industry experts. The short course will mix its lectures with practical demonstrations and roundtable discussions.
The Drug Information Association (DIA) 2020 Global Annual Meeting, designated “Patients Included” reflects DIA’s commitment to incorporating the experience of patients as experts in living with their condition while ensuring they are neither excluded nor exploited.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Nancy Pire-Smerkanich has been selected to receive the 2020 Drug Information Association (DIA) Inspire Award for Excellence in Service in the Americas Region.
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Terry Church has been awarded the USC Provost Interdisplinary Teaching Grant for a course on drugs and media. What an exciting time for research and teaching!
Pooja Singh, #2020trojans, graduates today with a major in Pharmacology and Drug Development. While it is not the graduation any of us had in mind, her virtual graduation comes with added joy.
Join us at weekly Journal Club meetings and connect with students, faculty and staff of Regulatory Science Program. Read the latest Regulatory Updates April 2020.
Dr. C. Benson Kuo and his team are documenting the evolving regulatory landscape in China!
Members of the faculty and staff for the graduate and undergraduate programs of the Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences have made videos congratulating all our graduates. Find the videos at the top of our photo galleries page, HERE.
Each year, ten graduating seniors from each of the USC Scholar Distinctions – Renaissance, Global, Discovery – are selected to receive a Discovery Scholar Prize ($10,000) towards graduate study or creative projects.
On April 9th, Mr. DK Kim through his foundation “DK Kim Foundation” donated 10,000 surgical masks and 10,000 vinyl gloves to Keck Medical Center of USC.