The successful pancreas-kidney transplant that Eidalia Marquez Vazquez had a few years ago at Keck Medicine of USC meant that she no longer needed to constantly monitor and administer insulin as a Type 1 diabetic. But there was another wish she hoped could still come true — she wanted… Read More »
Daniel Stram, PhD, MPH, of the Keck School of Medicine of USC has become a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the nonprofit announced this month.
AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific society,… Read More »
Steve Chaffee loves to exercise. A former marathon runner, the Sierra Madre resident continued to run every day as he grew older, entering 10K runs and maintaining a steady weightlifting routine. A couple of years ago,… Read More »
More children are surviving malignant brain tumors than in the past, thanks to the development of intense treatments using platinum-based chemotherapy (cisplatin and high-dose carboplatin). Unfortunately, the therapy has a known side effect of permanent hearing loss… Read More »
Paul Aisen, MD, the founding director of the USC Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute, recently joined the Alzheimer’s disease research effort at Keck Medicine of USC. He recently spoke with the Dean’s Report about coming… Read More »
USC Eye Institute patient Terry Byland recently became the first person in the world to have two retinal prostheses – one in each eye – and his progress regaining some sight signals hope for people… Read More »
“Do the Write Thing” is a phrase often associated with the idea that words have the potential to bring about a sort of social justice. For student mentors at the Global Health Symposium for Kids on… Read More »
Supporters of the USC/UKRO Kidney Research Center learned more about the pioneering efforts underway at the newly launched research hub at Keck Medicine of USC during a Nov. 14 reception at the California Club.
The founder of… Read More »
Professor Stuart Siegel, MD, of the Keck School of Medicine of USC was recently awarded the Archie Bleyer AYA Trailblazer Award by Critical Mass, a leading organization supporting the cause of adolescents and young adults (AYAs)… Read More »
Attending medical school can seem like a pipe dream for many students, particularly minorities, but the Bridging the Gaps Summer Research Program at the Keck School of Medicine of USC can turn that dream into a… Read More »
U.S. military veterans gathered Nov. 11 for the annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast at Keck Hospital’s Hoffman Café to hear remarks from Rod Hanners, CEO of Keck Medical Center of USC.
Hanners, a veteran of the Navy, thanked… Read More »
The Graphic Identity Program for Keck Medicine of USC is now online on the Keck Medicine of USC intranet site at kecknet.usc.edu/brand_central.
Brand Central, which is designed to provide quick and convenient access to brand assets,… Read More »