As a second-year medical student, I had come to the certainty that I wanted to help children with special needs in state dependency and delinquency systems. But to effect change in the huge systems that serve vulnerable children would require … Read More »
Most high schools don’t offer neuroscience classes, but Los Angeles area high school students can still learn about the brain. On Feb. 3, local teens converged on USC’s Health Sciences Campus for the Los Angeles Brain Bee, a day of … Read More »
Growing up with a rare muscle disease, Hawken Miller often felt isolated. He couldn’t run around at recess, play sports or join friends on backpacking trips.
But when Miller arrived at USC over two years ago, his physical limitations didn’t prevent … Read More »
An online tool that helps older people monitor their brain health has been developed at the Keck School of Medicine of USC with other medical groups.
The free website addresses a major obstacle to finding early Alzheimer’s treatments for a disease … Read More »
USC is redoubling its commitment to upholding the crucial values of higher education, said USC President C. L. Max Nikias in his annual State of the University Address.
Speaking to faculty and staff at the University Park Campus on Feb. 26 … Read More »