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USC Researchers Prepare Human Trials of Potential Breakthrough Treatments for Devastating Genetic Skin Disorder

Two Department of Dermatology investigators have shown that a commonly-used antibiotic can trigger production of a collagen protein type necessary for normal skin.

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What's the Best Way to Stay Healthy? Let's Ask Our Studio Audience

USC social scientist Karen Lincoln, Ph.D., has turned the television talk show format into an effective model for educating underserved members of the African American community about Alzheimer's disease.

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USC expert dispels diabetes myths for Latino audience

The SC CTSI director Tom Buchanan dispels diabetes myths for Latino audience

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SC CTSI Announces Spring 2018 Pilot Grant Awardees

The Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) funded 10 USC and CHLA researchers for the Spring 2018 award cycle.

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USC Researcher Leads First Team to Use Electrical Brain Stimulation to Produce Functional Sense of Touch

The study by researchers at USC and Caltech paves the way for development of technologies to restore function for paralysis patients and to give amputees sensory feedback for improved control of prosthetic limbs.

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Undergraduates Take Career Strides in SC CTSI's Regulatory Knowledge and Support Core—and Beyond

Research by undergraduate students has led to presentation opportunities and new career paths.

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Guidance for Research in LA County Health System

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) has published a Framework to guide investigators seeking to conduct research in DHS facilities.

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The UCLA CTSI, SC CTSI and Los Angeles County Select the 2018 Implementation Science Awardees

Initiated three years ago, the Implementation Science Awards provide each team with up to $75,000 for one year. Projects are expected to provide preliminary data for extramural funding to implement and formally evaluate the interventions within DHS.

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