John W. Carlson III likes keeping busy. He simultaneously pursued two bachelor’s degrees at USC — in Biochemistry and East Asian Languages and Cultures — and enrolled in USC’s progressive degree program, which enabled him to begin work on a … Read More »
Timing is everything when it comes to the development of the vertebrate face. In a new study published in PLoS Genetics, USC Stem Cell researcher Lindsey Barske, PhD, from the laboratory of Gage Crump, PhD, and her colleagues identify the … Read More »
Commencement 2016: USC School of Pharmacy graduates challenged to alleviate health care inequalities
The USC School of Pharmacy marked its 109th Commencement on the afternoon of May 13 at the Harry and Celesta Pappas Quad on the Health Sciences Campus before an audience of more than 2,000 family, friends, faculty and staff.
Interim Dean … Read More »
Celebrations rang out across Keck Medical Center of USC during Nurses Week, a time to honor the men and women on the front lines of patient care.
Nurses Week was highlighted by two ceremonies celebrating the important work being done by … Read More »