Courtney Voelker, MD, director of neurotology in the USC Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Keck Medicine of USC, traveled to Bolivia in 2015. It was during that trip, operating at 12,000 feet, that she witnessed … Read More »
Can exercise reduce the risk of heart disease in people with breast cancer?
That’s what Kyuwan Lee, a PhD candidate in the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, investigated as part of a study led by Christina Dieli-Conwright, PHD, MD, … Read More »
Thu Nguyen-Knowles will never forget the optimism and energy she felt the first time she stepped on USC’s campus as a candidate for executive director of clinical operations at USC Student Health.
“When I first came to USC’s campus, I got … Read More »
Doctors treat disease, fix broken bones and offer advice on exercise and diet, but USC Professor Ricky Bluthenthal, PhD, thinks they can and should do more.
Overcrowded housing, food insecurity, homelessness, poverty, the lack of community-based health care services for marginalized … Read More »
When Gail Abarbanel, MSW, started working as a social worker at a hospital in Los Angeles, she discovered that there was a profound gap in services for survivors of rape and other forms of sexual assault.
In an era when rape … Read More »