A research team led by investigators at The Saban Research Institute of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has generated functional human and mouse tissue-engineered liver from adult stem and progenitor cells. Tissue-engineered Liver (TELi) was found to contain normal structural components … Read More »
“So…Cabo next break?” jokes a global medicine student in the elevator. His classmates laugh and roll their eyes. Last spring break they donned scrubs, not bathing suits, while taking a course in a remote area of Panama only reachable by … Read More »
The USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is launching a new online program aimed at busy practicing occupational therapists who want to enhance their clinical competencies and advance their career development.
Beginning in January, the USC Online Post-Professional … Read More »
Glen L. Stimmel, PharmD, who served as interim dean of the USC School of Pharmacy since June 2015, was surprised by more than 100 faculty and staff members who gathered at a breakfast reception in his honor at … Read More »
A trip to the physical therapist could soon feel a bit more like a trip to the arcade, thanks to a new multidisciplinary study being conducted at USC.
James Finley, PhD, and Beth Fisher, PhD, MS, of the USC Division of … Read More »