• Multiple MRIs provide data for a presymptomatic Alzheimer's disease study

Data from largest clinical trial for presymptomatic Alzheimer’s disease now widely available

July 23rd, 2024

Data from the Keck School of Medicine of USC's Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic Alzheimer’s (A4) study, the first and largest clinical trial of pre-symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease, is now widely available to researchers studying the condition. ... Read More »

  • A B cell releases antibodies

USC researchers turn the body’s B cells into tiny surveillance machines, antibody factories

July 23rd, 2024

A USC team led by scientists from the Keck School have discovered a technique for editing the genes of immune cells called B cells so they can monitor for cancer cells and HIV, then pump ... Read More »

  • A depressed Latina woman isolates during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mental health disparities in LA County worsened during COVID-19 pandemic

July 17th, 2024

New evidence has emerged about the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles County, as shown by a recent study published in the journal PLOS ONE. Scientists from the Keck School of Medicine ... Read More »

  • Nicotine pads fill a small, round tin.

Few U.S. adults use nicotine pouches, study finds

July 17th, 2024

In a large, nationally representative study co-led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC, nicotine pouch use was uncommon among U.S. adults, including those who had tried to quit smoking, in the midst of ... Read More »

U.S. News & World Report releases 2024-2025 Best Hospitals rankings

July 16th, 2024

On July 16, Rod Hanners, CEO of Keck Medicine of USC, released an announcement regarding Keck Medicine of USC's high rankings from this year's U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals issue. The memo has ... Read More »

  • A woman receives hospital care at home.

Study: Americans find hospital-at-home care appealing and safe

July 15th, 2024

Hospital-level care provided in a patient’s own home is appealing to a majority of people for its convenience, comfort and effectiveness, and the possibility of faster recovery as a result, according to a USC Schaeffer ... Read More »

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