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What I’m Reading: Stem Cell Postdoc Zlatka Stojanova offers a top pick

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Zlatka Stojanova: Usher syndrome is a devastating genetic disorder that causes profound hearing loss, balance disorders and progressive blindness. In the ear, mutations in the Usher 1c (USH1C) gene lead to damage and loss of the inner ear’s sensory cells, causing deafness. Scientists from Harvard Medical

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USC Stem Cell scientist Amy Firth named finalist for the British Council’s 2017 Alumni Awards

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As a USC Stem Cell scientist studying lung disease, Amy Firth, assistant professor of medicine in the Department of Medicine, has done her alma mater proud. An alumna of the University of Bath, Firth has earned a coveted place as a finalist for the 2017 Alumni Awards from

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“Cellular Homeostasis Lecture Series: Signaling in the Tumor Microenvironment of Breast Cancer”

McKibben Lecture Hall, Room 156, 1333 San Pablo Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033,
02/23/2017
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Inaugural Biotech Entrepreneurship Seminar Series

Eli and Edythe Broad CIRM Center Auditorium, 1st floor conference room, Los Angeles

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“Before coming to USC, I had achieved many of my personal goals, but I still felt young and energetic with many things still to be accomplished. I chose USC because its energy and vision fits my personality and goals.”

Larissa V. Rodriguez, MD
Professor of Urology and Vice Chair of Academics, USC Institute of Urology