Terry David Church, DRSc, MA, MS
Assistant Professor, Regulatory and Quality SciencesRegulatory and Quality Sciences
- Biorepository regulations, economic practices, and human subjects protections
- Continuity and disaster planning regulations and best practices of academic research cores
- Drug addiction and regulation of controlled substances
- Policies and ethics in academic research
- Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer supportive care
- 1520 Alcazar Street, CHP-140
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Dr. Church is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences at the University of Southern California, School of Pharmacy. He is also the Associate Director of the undergraduate programs at USC School of Pharmacy including the Major in Pharmacology and Drug Development (PDD) and the Minor in Science and Management of Biomedical Therapeutics. Prof. Church's academic focus is on interdisciplinary applications of pharmaceutical regulation in relation to patterns of addiction to affect broad areas of learning and training. His areas of interest and expertise include biorepository regulation and ethics; drug addiction and regulation of controlled substances; regulatory practices for continuity and disaster planning; and policies and ethics of academic research.
Dr. Church holds a Doctor of Science and Master of Science in Regulatory Science from the University of Southern California, a Master of Arts in Cultural Anthropology from Temple University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Church has completed his second AIDS-LifeCycle bike ride, a 7-Day, 545-mile ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles in an effort to raise awareness and funding for HIV education, treatment, and prevention.
Church, T. D. (2018). Facilities Registration and Establishment: Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Products. In F. J. Richmond (Ed.), Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences: Elsevier.
Church, T. D. (2017). Continuity management in biobank operations: A survey of biobank professionals. (Doctor of Regulatory Science Dissertation), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. (http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll40/id/444613)
Piatek, Caroline I., Lingyun Ji, Chandan Kaur, Christy A. Russell, Debu Tripathy, Terry Church, Richard Sposto, Stephen F. Sener, and Agustin A. Garcia. "Value of routine staging imaging studies for patients with stage III breast cancer." Journal of surgical oncology 114, no. 8 (2016): 917-921. PubMed
Barosh, L., Church, T., Morgan, D., Bianchetti, M., Hu, J., Tripathy, D., & Siegel, S. (2015). Bridging the care gap between pediatric and young adult cancer. The American Journal of Managed Care, 21(14), SP457-SP504.
Wu, Eijean, Anna Rogers, Lingyun Ji, Richard Sposto, Terry Church, Lynda Roman, Debu Tripathy, and Yvonne G Lin. "Escalation of Oncologic Services at the End of Life among Patients with Gynecologic Cancer at an Urban, Public Hospital." Journal of Oncology Practice (2015): JOP. 2014.001529. PubMed
Yemane, RE, D Brueggmann, N Brown, T Church, and JM Jaque. "Perceptions and Patterns of Cervical Cancer Screening among Predominately Hispanic Women Who Have Sex with Women: A Cross-Sectional Study." European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology (2015).