On Jan. 23, the USC Student Health staff issued a statement to update students on the developing coronavirus situation and to offer guidance to help prevent infection. While the announcement is primarily student-facing, some information may be helpful to clinicians, … Read More »
Back in 2013, stand-up comedian and actor Eddie Barojas, then 36, was receiving growing recognition and opportunities such as a three-day shoot on the popular CBS sitcom Mike & Molly.
“All of a sudden, everything changed; my life just took a … Read More »
The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC has reshaped its dental hygiene program to focus more on collaboration, adapt to new technology and better prepare graduates for an ever-evolving world.
It’s gone through a number of noteworthy changes. First off, … Read More »
Following a national search, Kari L. Franson, PharmD, PhD, BCPP, has been named to the newly created leadership position of associate dean for academic and student affairs at the USC School of Pharmacy, effective March 2, Dean Vassilios Papadopoulos announced.
Most … Read More »
It’s a diagnosis that no one wants to hear.
Richard Johannesen, then 71, had been experiencing symptoms for years — elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels, frequent urination and softer erections — but his doctors chalked it up to an enlarged … Read More »