Orientation to Clinical Research at USC
Who Should Attend
Principal investigators, clinicians, project managers, research and nurse coordinators or administrators, data managers and all those associated with the development and conduct of human research studies and clinical trials.
This two-day orientation provides an overview of the processes, committees and departments that clinical investigators work with throughout the submission, review, approval and conduct of human subject studies or clinical trials.
University Offices and Entities; Clinical Research Roles: An overview; Planning Research (Protocol Development); Contracting, Financial Management and Budgeting; Coordination of Ancillary Services/Support; IRB and Human Subjects Protection; iStar/Other Electronic Systems; Coordinating a Study; Compliance
Speakers from the Office of Research, OPRS, CTO, SC CTSI, CISO, CTU and Office of Compliance.
Four hours each day.
Next Session Dates
Part #1: February 12 | 8:00 – 12:00 PM
Part #2: February 19 | 8:00 – 12:00 PM
Location: Health Sciences Campus, Broad (CIRM) Center, 1st Floor Seminar Room
Reference Materials and Resources
Presentations: February 12, 2014
Clinical Research at USC: An Overview by Silvia da Costa
IRB and Human Subjects Protection by Susan Rose
Non-CISO Non CTI Studies: How They Differ by Christine Tam
Non CISO Non CTU Studies: How They Differ by Katherine Hawthorne
The IND and Clinical Trial Management by Frances Richmond
An Introduction to SPA by Kim Eudy
Contracting, Financial Management and Budgeting by Soheil Jadali
Register at http://usc.edu/esvp (code: clinical)