When Carley Eissman started dietary therapy to manage epileptic seizures, her goal was simple — play basketball. She did not know that it would change her life or the lives of the many people who now receive dietary support and … Read More »
Stressing the importance of delivering quality education to the next generation of students and the important role of the nation’s top research institutions, USC President C.L. Max Nikias delivered his 5th annual address to health sciences faculty members on Feb. … Read More »
During most of his 20s, Neil Segil, PhD, couldn’t imagine pursuing a career in science and being a professor. Now he’s doing both — as a principal investigator with USC Stem Cell and a professor of research at the Keck School … Read More »
New research from scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of USC shows that the body’s immune system may be able to clear the brain of the toxic plaque buildup that is a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, reversing memory loss … Read More »
More than 200 community members gathered to celebrate a $1 million gift from USC that will fund improvements to the Hazard Recreation Center near the university’s Health Sciences Campus.
Martha Escutia, JD, vice president for USC Government Relations, presented a ceremonial … Read More »