At 7 months old, Donovan Daniels of Westminster may not understand for some time just how serious his medical condition, biliary atresia, really is. It may be years before he knows he was the 300th pediatric liver transplant ever performed by doctors at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Keck… Read More »
Stephanie Zia, MD, MACM, clinical assistant professor of medicine (clinician educator) at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, and the career advising staff, recently started holding brown bag lunches for Keck School first- and second-year… Read More »
The Trojan family celebrated an extraordinary 2017 Rose Bowl victory on Jan. 2.
As with all successful athletic achievements, it truly took a team to build a successful football season and the fabulous finish on the national… Read More »
Gregory Stevens, PhD, associate professor of clinical family medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, has joined the newly formed LA “Help Me Grow” Leadership Council. This new county-wide program has been created in… Read More »
In a continued effort to support university faculty and encourage groundbreaking research, the Keck School of Medicine of USC’s Dean’s Pilot Grant Program and the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute have distributed nearly two… Read More »
A series of wellness initiatives recently launched across Keck Medicine of USC aim to encourage healthy living among physicians, nurses and staff.
The initiatives include meditation practice, healthy eating and personal fitness tracking. They were created with… Read More »
After being resuscitated in a USC Verdugo Hills Hospital operating room, Alfred Lopez was transferred to Keck Medical Center of USC on May 12, on a ventilator, in septic shock and experiencing multi-organ failure.
Lopez, a 56-year-old… Read More »
JAMA Ophthalmology reports 4 of Top 10 most talked about articles in 2016 are USC Roski Eye Institute published research
JAMA Ophthalmology, one of the journals of the American Medical Association, announced four of its top 10 most talked about articles in 2016 are published research by the USC Gayle and Edward Roski Eye Institute.
The four… Read More »
USC physical therapy researchers to study use of electrical stimulation therapy for stroke survivors
Could electricity help stroke survivors regain control of their legs and return to mobility?
It’s a question that assistant professor James Finley, PhD, and professor Carolee Winstein, PhD, PT, both from the USC Division of Biokinesiology and… Read More »
If more people were willing to share their health data on mobile devices, scientists could organize the information into shared databases and perhaps bring about the next era of medical breakthroughs, researchers said in a social… Read More »
While using antihistamines such as Zantac to prevent alcohol-induced flushing is commonplace, USC experts say prolonged off-label use may have serious health consequences.
Daryl Davies, PhD, director of the Alcohol and Brain Research Laboratory at USC, said… Read More »
Investigators from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and 37 other Children’s Oncology Group hospitals in the U.S. and Canada have determined that sodium thiosulfate prevents cisplatin-induced hearing loss in children and adolescents with cancer. Results of this… Read More »