• How fast you walk says a lot about your health

How fast you walk says a lot about your health

November 12, 2018

During a doctor’s appointment, there’s a few measures that quickly get a physician up to speed on our current health, such as measuring blood pressure and checking our BMI. But researchers say it could be helpful to add one more... Read More Now »

California wildfires raise concerns about impacts to environment and health

November 15th, 2018

It never rains in California, so instead it burns — often — with prime fire conditions likely to persist until rainstorms arrive. Meantime, deadly wildfires in California also impact USC as noxious smoke affects students ... Read More »

Alumni hear of expansion, improvements at Keck School and Keck Medicine

November 14th, 2018

As part of homecoming weekend, Keck Medicine of USC and the Keck School of Medicine of USC hosted alumni at the Annual Meeting and Healthcare Conference. The Nov. 9 event included a CME course, luncheon ... Read More »

Anne Vo recognized as promising new evaluator

November 13th, 2018

The American Evaluation Association (AEA) recently recognized Anne Vo, PhD, assistant professor of clinical medical education and director of educational research at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, for her “outstanding evaluation practice and ... Read More »

Audio story: A Q&A with Richard J. Paulson of USC Fertility

November 13th, 2018

If you’re not going to complete your family by age 35, it’s time to freeze your eggs, according to Richard J. Paulson, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Keck School of Medicine of ... Read More »

Keck School institute launches new effort for global aging research

November 9th, 2018

Paul Thompson, PhD, associate director of the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute (INI) and director of the Imaging Genetics Center (IGC) at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, has already ... Read More »

Deadline nears for choosing 2019 benefits

November 7th, 2018

Want to miss out on earning a $25 credit a month? Or pay an extra $100 a month to provide health benefits for your partner, regardless of your spouse’s employment status? USC employees who do ... Read More »

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