USC Research Resources
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The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee assists research faculty in preparing proposals and carrying out safe and humane animal-based research and teaching activities at Ostrow and across USC.
Related Links Office for the Protection of Research Subjects
The Office for the Protection of Research Subjects and USC’s Human Subjects Protection Program review projects involving human subjects to ensure that protocols are followed for safe and effective studies.
Related Links USC Office of Research
Office of Research implements USC’s strategic plan by building interdisciplinary research collaborations, increasing the impact and prominence of research at Ostrow and across the university, investing in research initiatives, promoting research among funders and other services.
Ostrow Research Resources
The Jennifer Ann Wilson Dental Library and Learning Center provides information resources and support primarily for the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC faculty, staff and students and selectively for the general oral healthcare community and the public. Library services are designed to anticipate and to be responsive to information needs for teaching, learning, research and healthcare.
CCMB is a research laboratory located on the Health Sciences Campus of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. This group has established an outstanding record of research accomplishments, making significant new discoveries in areas, including molecular genetics of tooth development, molecular etiology of cleft lip and cleft palate and rescue, enamel matrix formation and biomineralization, stem cell-mediated craniofacial tissue regeneration and much more.
Addressing complex health issues requires collaboration across disciplines, across campus and across the country. Ostrow actively contributes to the major research initiatives designated by USC leadership for campus-wide focus.
Ostrow cultivates new knowledge in the laboratory that is then translated to clinical research and advances in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. These efforts include collaborations with the Southern California-Clinical and Translational Science Institute.