Division of Infectious Diseases

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About the Division

The overarching mission of the Division of Infectious Diseases is threefold: to advance the development of therapies to improve health through clinical and translational research in infectious diseases; to promote excellence in the education of medical students, house officers and clinical fellows; and to deliver compassionate, evidence-based, state-of-the-art care to the large, diverse, multicultural community of Southern California served by LAC+USC Medical Center (LAC+USC), Rand Schrader Health and Research Center, Keck Hospital of USC, USC Norris Cancer Hospital (Norris Hospital) and the USC Healthcare Center 2 (HC2).

About the Division of Infectious Diseases

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Fred R. Sattler, MD
Professor and Chief


Department News

This 22-minute film aims to raise public awareness about how big data is having an effect on the future of medicine.

Social change film: Big data is the new hope for the future of health

Sharing personal data in secure networks can lead to new ways of treating diseases, researchers say If more people were willing to share their health data on mobile devices, scientists could organize the gaggle of information into shared databases and perhaps bring about the next era of medical breakthroughs, researchers said in a social change
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Department Events

45th Annual USC Diagnostic & Therapeutic Skills in Internal Medicine

45th Annual USC Diagnostic & Therapeutic Skills in Internal Medicine

02/27/2017 - 03/03/2017
Westin Maui Resort
6:30 am - 12:35 pm

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