Five faculty members from the Keck School of Medicine of USC were among nine recipients of the prestigious awards, as well as two faculty members of the USC Alfred E. Mann School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The awards support translational and pre-clinical research that drives innovation, bridges science, engineering, computing, pharmaceutical sciences and medicine, then expedites the bench-to-bedside development of new life-saving devices and therapeutics to detect or treat cancer.

The award was developed by the USC Office of Research and Innovation and the Ming Hsieh Institute for Research on Engineering-Medicine for Cancer (MHI) in order to accelerate the development of novel health care solutions through multidisciplinary collaborations.

To learn more about the awards and read about the winners, click here.