U.S. Disability StatisticsDisabilityStatistics.org provides a set of well-documented disability statistics and rehabilitation data sources in a user-friendly and accessible manner to facilitate evidence-based advocacy, decision-making and research. GO >>
Bioinformatics ServicesThe Norris Medical Library provides bioinformatics support services for USC investigators. Services range from consultation to workshops to support for software licenses, to email alerts. GO >>The Biostatistics Core ServicesThis resource provides statistical support to clinical, basic science and cancer cause and prevention investigators. This support may range from simple advice, to participating in the design of the research project, to carrying out aspects of the data management and statistical analysis of a project. This resource is housed within the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. GO >>Southern California Clinical and Translational Science InstituteSouthern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) offers biostatistics and bioinformatics support to promote efficient and accurate data collection and analysis, and to help researchers avoid translational research pitfalls. GO >>Services include:
Statistical Consultation & Research CenterThe Statistical Consultation and Research Center (SCRC) is an Organized Research Unit at the University of Southern California which integrates statistical, epidemiological and computing resources and offers them to professionals conducting clinical, biomedical and translational research. GO >>SoftwareSASSPSS MatlabLabviewEndnote
Manuscript Peer Review: A Helpful Checklist for Students and Novice Referees, Douglas R. Seals & Hirofumi Tanaka
SC CTSI - ECDE: How to Write a Manuscript, Career Development Seminar Series talk by Jonathan M. SametHow to Write a Manuscript - SlidesHow to Write a Manuscript - ExercisesDear Author - Advice from a Retiring Editor, Jonathan M. SametBody-Mass Index and Mortality in Korean Men and Women, Sun Ha Lee et al.
USC Office for the Protection of Research SubjectsHuman Subjects Research Compliance Presentation - Slides from USC Office for Protection of Research Subjects and the Institutional Review Board Division Seminar (11/1/12)Research Investigator Audits and Inspections - Reference guide for how to be prepared for a human subjects compliance review auditUSC Human Subjects Protection Program (HSPP) Policies and Procedures
ResearchMatch helps connect willing volunteers with researchers who are searching for appropriate volunteers to be placed in their research studies (not just clinical trials). If you are interested in utilizing ResearchMatch for participant recruitment on your IRB approved study, register with your USC email address at www.researchmatch.org
A search tool for USC faculty, PIs, postdocs, students, research staff, and lab technicians to assist those who conduct and administratively support research at USC in determining research compliance training requirements. The tool uses a dynamic filter that provides a specialized training portfolio based on who you are and what your responsibilities entail. GO >>
In research, finding the right partners is often as challenging as the science itself. USC Health Sciences Profiles helps you find 2400+ USC researchers in the health sciences based on their research expertise. It also reveals their networks of co-authors and similar people. If you have a profile, you can easily enhance it by adding a photo or a description of your work. Try it now >>
For reference and use in the facilities and resources section of research applications.
USC Facilities & Resources
File updated 9-10-15
Research Administration Tasha Hsu, Research Administrator (email@example.com)DOSEShannon Massimo, Clinical Research Coordinator & Blinded Evaluator (firstname.lastname@example.org) Erin Fitzgerald, Intervention Therapist (email@example.com)Clarisa Martinez, DPT, Back-up Clinical Research Coordinator & Intervention Therapist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ICAREMonica Nelsen, DPT, Clinical Project Manager (email@example.com)Technical Support - ITMatt Sandusky (firstname.lastname@example.org)Chad Louie (email@example.com)Raj Singh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1540 Alcazar Street, CHP 155Los Angeles, CA 90089-9006
Phone: (323) 442-2900 Fax: (323) 442-1515