Scientists and public officials warned residents of health risks and provided mosquito-abatement tips during the Zika Virus Awareness Symposium, held June 9 at the Aresty Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus.
Lecture topics ranged from the control, diagnosis and treatment of the Zika virus and how this epidemic may affect… Read More »
In front of a full house at Aresty Auditorium on the morning of June 9, Thomas E. Jackiewicz, MPH, senior vice president and CEO of Keck Medicine of USC, and Rohit Varma, MD, MPH, interim dean… Read More »
A $200,000 gift to the International Center for Regulatory Science by businessman D.K. Kim will expand global outreach efforts by the USC School of Pharmacy by establishing international service and summer scholars program funds.
The gift will… Read More »
Twenty-five years ago, philanthropists Kin-Chung and Amy Choi marked the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary by purchasing the sculpture “Return to the Beginning,” by renowned Taiwanese artist Yuyu Yang. Now in honor of their 50th… Read More »
Physicians, staff and nurses from across Keck Medicine of USC are invited to pledge their commitment to a new set of standards that will guide professional behavior across the academic medical enterprise.
The Keck Commitment is based… Read More »
In recognition of its growing stature as an incubator for the biosciences, Los Angeles will be the host city for the 2019 International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Conference. With the generous support of the… Read More »
Among the recent group of graduates at the Keck School of Medicine commencement ceremony held on May 14 was the inaugural class of the Keck School’s newest Master of Science degree program — the Master of… Read More »
Drinking piping hot coffee, tea and the caffeine-infused beverage yerba mate probably causes cancer, the World Health Organization announced Wednesday.
Beverages surpassing 149 degrees Fahrenheit may increase the risk of tumors in the esophagus, which resides in… Read More »
Babies born to mothers whose immune systems had to grapple with a viral assault — even a mild one — have increased risk of brain and central nervous system abnormalities, according to a new study.
A USC-led… Read More »
Friends, colleagues and former students of Carmen A. Puliafito, MD, MBA, gathered for a reception in recognition of his leadership and accomplishments as the former dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Kind words… Read More »
A bright, sunny morning provided a joyous backdrop for a celebration of resilience and tenacity at the 26th annual Festival of Life on the Health Sciences Campus.
Hosted by the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center on June… Read More »
It all started with a hidden population’s need: Many foster care children in Los Angeles County weren’t able to find dental care.
This spring, the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, in partnership with the Violence… Read More »