As national unrest surrounding the death of George Floyd Jr. in Minnesota mounted daily this summer, the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy community held a virtual town hall on June 2, giving community members an opportunity to share … Read More »
Monoclonal antibodies made headlines in early October when President Donald Trump was treated for COVID-19 with an experimental monoclonal antibody drug made by Regeneron.
As part of a nationwide effort to discover more about the effects of this kind of therapy, … Read More »
When it comes to making appointments with her doctors, Carmy Peters, senior director of development at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, relies on the assistance of USC Premier Care.
Peters has worked for USC Norris for more than 25 years, … Read More »
During the recent general election, the Health Sciences Campus pulled double duty by serving as both a vote center for the first time and a place for people to get free flu shots. Nearly 400 individuals cast their ballots in … Read More »