The Zika virus has spread to 44 countries, with thousands infected and thousands of babies born with microcephaly, a rare complication that causes small heads.
Although research dollars are being poured into understanding the virus, there are still numerous questions.
At USC, … Read More »
Two USC researchers are using exercise and the practice of mindfulness to improve quality of life for cancer survivors.
Mindfulness practice is a type of health education program meant to help patients alleviate suffering due to stress and disease, said David … Read More »
Over the last decade, the USC Stevens Student Innovator Showcase has handed out nearly $150,000 in USC-sponsored awards. Winning teams in the student business competition have used the funding — and the experience of participating in the event — to … Read More »
Keck Medicine of USC is taking yet another step to care for patients most in need of expert physicians, as the Department of Surgery has formed a program to accept patients who require complex treatment.
“The USC Acute Care Surgery program … Read More »