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  • Schools join forces to reach high school students, be good neighbors

Schools join forces to reach high school students, be good neighbors

October 6, 2017

Individually, the Science, Technology and Research (STAR) and Engineering for Health Academy (EHA) programs have long opened pathways for high school students — particularly underrepresented minorities — to pursue careers in life sciences, biomedical engineering and biotechnology. Now, Daryl Davies, PhD, professor of clinical pharmacy and director of undergraduate education at the USC School of... Read More Now »

Construction continues on Health Sciences Campus

October 17th, 2017

Employees and visitors to the Health Sciences Campus are advised of new and ongoing construction detours and closures. The Trojan Way driveway — the entrance road to the South San Pablo Parking Structure off of ... Read More »

USC Thornton School of Music and Keck Medicine of USC partner to bring vocal health to students

October 10th, 2017

Picture a pair of tiny violin bows, each no longer than a thumbnail clipping, lodged horizontally in your windpipe. Halfway between the chin and collarbone, they dance and vibrate at your command. For higher pitches, ... Read More »

USC partners for $12 million study on Alzheimer’s diversity

October 6th, 2017

Biomedical researchers have increasingly prioritized large-scale health studies of minority populations in recent years, but datasets often remain limited and inconclusive. While Latinos account for nearly one-fifth of the U.S. population, a recent review estimated ... Read More »

Clinical Trials Office offers support for faculty members

October 6th, 2017

The Keck School of Medicine of USC has a number of new initiatives that are creating a more streamlined and user-friendly environment to help faculty members succeed in managing their clinical research, often a time-consuming ... Read More »

Center offers expanded imaging capabilities on Health Sciences Campus

October 6th, 2017

The Molecular Imaging Center (MIC) on the Health Sciences Campus has been helping to advance faculty research by providing in vivo imaging technology for nearly three decades. What started as a small animal imaging core ... Read More »

Public health expert speaks on race and health equity

October 6th, 2017

Camara Jones, MD, PhD, MPH, spoke to an audience that overflowed to two auditoriums recently about how race, social status and discrimination factor in to health equity, and what medical professionals can do to improve ... Read More »

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