Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, which means many children have experienced a cancer illness or even death in their own family. At the same time, many minorities are underrepresented in the fields of cancer-related science, … Read More »
A tobacco replacement designed to help grown-ups quit smoking has landed in the hands of children with potentially harmful consequences, new USC research shows.
Jon-Patrick Allem, PhD, MA, research scientist at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, explores the intersection … Read More »
Investigators found that many common psychiatric disorders are deeply connected on a genetic level, sharing specific genetic risk factors, underscoring the need to recognize shared dimensions of brain dysfunction, and develop new treatment strategies. Results of this investigation have been … Read More »
On June 18–21, Keck Medicine of USC CEO Tom Jackiewicz spoke with physicians, nurses and staff in a series of town hall–style meetings about the state of the health system, the 2018 fiscal year and what’s to come in the … Read More »