In the middle of the Surgical Skills Simulation and Education Center, students are trying to walk along a line of tape while wearing “beer goggles” designed to simulate the perception shifts caused by alcohol. Others practice CPR chest compressions while … Read More »
USC School of Pharmacy doctoral student Johannes (Jan) Van Dijk has earned the 2017-2018 Charles and Charlotte Krown Fellowship for his work on genetic engineering of fungal biosynthesis. Originally from the Netherlands by way of Australia, Van Dijk serves as … Read More »
Twice as many women as men develop Alzheimer’s disease, but even after years of research, aging experts are unsure why. Judy Pa, PhD, assistant professor of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, will lead a new big data study … Read More »
The university is implementing a series of measures that aims to strengthen and improve working and teaching environments, USC leaders announced in an Oct. 10 memo to Keck School of Medicine of USC faculty and staff.
The measures, which include creating … Read More »