For Non-USC and Non-CHLA Users:


Non-USC and Non-CHLA Users must obtain a USC Net ID (aka iVIP Account) and password. The process for obtaining this account is outlined in the two scenarios below.

Non-USC and Non-CHLA Users working on a USC Study

  1. Please complete this form.
  2. Please ask the USC study PI to then forward the form to their Home Department Coordinator or Department Chair for sponsor sign-off.
  3. Email the completed form to ksomivip-l@usc.edu for iVIP account creation.
  4. Once you receive your 10-digit iVIP ID (USC ID), please active your USC NetID using this form
  5. Please email your USC Net ID (not the 10 digit numeric ID) to support@sc-ctsi.org and request to be added to the iStar inclusion group.
  6. Once you receive notification that you have been added to the inclusion group, you will now be able to login in to REDCap for the first time.

Non- USC and Non-CHLA working on a CHLA Study

  1. Please complete this form.
  2. Please ask the CHLA study PI or CHLA collaborator to then forward the form to Earnest Picott – epicott@chla.usc.edu who will facilitate CHLA sponsor sign off.
  3. Email the completed form to ksomivip-l@usc.edu for iVIP account creation.
  4. Once you receive your 10-digit iVIP ID (USC ID), please active your USC NetID using this form
  5. Please email your USC Net ID (not the 10 digit numeric ID) to support@sc-ctsi.org and request to be added to the iStar inclusion group.
  6. Once you receive notification that you have been added to the inclusion group, you will now be able to login in to REDCap for the first time.
If you are still having issues, email us at support@sc-ctsi.org

Some users accessing REDCap from the CHLA network have reported issues of them getting logged out often. If you are experiencing this issue, please contact the CHLA Service Desk and request the Brave web browser.


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