There has always been one insurmountable problem related to hearing loss: When the sensory hair cells in the inner ear die, they don’t regenerate. These microscopic cells signal to the brain that it is hearing a noise and the fact … Read More »
Betty Schreiner, MD, ’61, who established the Joseph and Mariette Schreiner Scholarship Fund at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, learned a long time ago that hard work can lead to great success. Her parents, who immigrated to the … Read More »
Artwork by faculty, staff and students is displayed in … Read More »
Employees were recognized recently for their years of dedicated service to Keck Medical Center of USC.
One of the few dedicated eye pathology labs in the country has opened at the Keck School of Medicine, providing an important resource for clinical applications, education, and researchers to study the delicate, sometimes very small tissue samples that are … Read More »