Epilepsies, a group of disorders known to vary greatly in their causes and symptoms, share key structural foundations in the brain, according to a new big data neuroimaging collaboration involving researchers from the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and … Read More »
When Carla Sanchez started working out as part of a study on exercise’s impact on women who survived breast cancer, she was surprised at how vigorous it was.
“I’m 65, so I’m not exactly a young kid,” Sanchez said. “When I … Read More »
Scientists in the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Gage Crump, PhD, have revealed how key genes guide the development of the jaw in zebrafish. These findings may offer clues for understanding craniofacial anomalies in human patients, who sometimes carry a … Read More »
Faculty, staff, students and patients are seeing a new presence on the Health Sciences Campus this year with the arrival of the Security Ambassadors. A prominent task force at the University Park Campus, the “yellow jackets,” as they are affectionately … Read More »