It was a hot afternoon Aug. 12, but spirits were high when a procession of first-year Keck School of Medicine of USC students entered an enormous white tent on the Broad Lawn. They were there to receive some words of wisdom from faculty leadership and — for the first… Read More »
The Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Training Coordinating Center (TCC) based at the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute has launched a new program called the Data Science Rotations for Advancing Discovery (RoAD-Trip)… Read More »
Rod Hanners, COO of Keck Medicine of USC and CEO of Keck Medical Center of USC, recently hosted an R3 Innovation Challenge Appreciation Luncheon to thank more than 100 employees who submitted ideas for the first… Read More »
Taking their first steps in the journey to become Doctors of Pharmacy, the 188 members of the Class of 2020 strode into the annual USC School of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony on the Harry and Celesta… Read More »
Keck Hospital of USC nurses and physicians were honored recently for their commitment to compassion and exceptional patient care at a special dinner and ceremony marking the inaugural USC Choi Family Awards for Excellence in Patient-Centered… Read More »
The following awards were presented at the 2016 White Coat Ceremony:
Year I Faculty Awards
Joseph Hacia, PhD, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Paul Holtom, MD, Internal Medicine
Kristi Lewton, PhD, Cell and Neurobiology
Kevin Nash, PhD, Pathology
Michelle Winfield, MD, DDS,… Read More »
For the first time in Los Angeles County history, more Latino than white men are being diagnosed with testicular cancer, a malady once regarded as a white man’s disease.
There were 931 Latino men diagnosed with testicular… Read More »
Keck Medicine of USC has created two new Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFAC) that will serve USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital and USC Care Ambulatory Services. The goal of the councils, which meet monthly, is to focus… Read More »
In the past four decades, liver cancer rates have more than doubled among non-Asians living in Los Angeles County, according to a recently released report card administered by USC.
The increase is also reflected among the county’s… Read More »
The melanoma rate among white women living in Los Angeles is declining for the first time in 37 years, according to a new cancer report card administered by USC.
Between 2005 and 2012, white women experienced a… Read More »
The USC Norris Cancer Hospital physicians and nurses have earned the Get With The Guidelines-Resuscitation (GWTG-R) Silver Award.
This award recognizes clinical nurses, critical care nurse practitioners and critical care doctors for their timely response, hard work,… Read More »
Asian women living in Los Angeles County are experiencing more breast cancer now than they faced nearly four decades ago, according to a recently released cancer report card administered by USC.
When compared to other Asian groups,… Read More »