Emeritus Professor Shaul G. Massry, MD, will be awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award and two graduates of the Keck School of Medicine of USC will be awarded alumni awards at the second Keck Scholarship Gala on Saturday, March 7, at Town & Gown on the University Park Campus.
The annual… Read More »
Keck Medicine of USC physicians have been awarded funding to explore the effectiveness of new non-invasive ultrasound-based techniques to screen liver transplant patients for potentially deadly disease.
This is one of the several investigator-initiated research grants secured… Read More »
A new study by researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) has shown that small intestine grown from human cells replicates key aspects of a functioning human intestine.
The small intestine they developed contains important elements of… Read More »
Older people who have sleep problems found more relief from a mindful meditation program than from a conventional sleep education program, Keck Medicine of USC researchers have found.
In a clinical trial of 49 people in Los… Read More »
It sounds like something straight out of science fiction: Robots zap danger surrounding them.
But for Keck Medical Center of USC, the new devices are powerful tools in the fight against the spread of disease and infection.
Xenex… Read More »
Heart health goes mobile and social with the release of BioGram, a new mobile app that is the first to allow heart rates to be shared with a photo.
Created by the cardiologist experts at the USC… Read More »
When it comes to fresh fruit and veggies, East Los Angeles can be a desert of unhealthiness.
That’s why USC’s Fit Families program is an oasis of sorts in places like Boyle Heights, El Sereno and Lincoln… Read More »
A multi-institutional team of hearing and communication experts led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC is breaking sound barriers for children born without a hearing nerve in a clinical trial backed by the National… Read More »
The Keck School of Medicine of USC climbed 30 spots in two years to join the country’s 10 highest funded medical schools by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for 2014 otolaryngology research, according to an… Read More »
When Carley Eissman started dietary therapy to manage epileptic seizures, her goal was simple — play basketball. She did not know that it would change her life or the lives of the many people who now… Read More »
Stressing the importance of delivering quality education to the next generation of students and the important role of the nation’s top research institutions, USC President C.L. Max Nikias delivered his 5th annual address to health sciences… Read More »
During most of his 20s, Neil Segil, PhD, couldn’t imagine pursuing a career in science and being a professor. Now he’s doing both — as a principal investigator with USC Stem Cell and a professor of research… Read More »