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Incoming medical students don white coats for the first time

One of medicine’s hallowed traditions was celebrated on a warm August afternoon at the Health Sciences Campus, as the Keck School of Medicine of USC incoming class of

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Outstanding local high school students explore cancer research at USC

The Center for Applied Molecular Medicine (CAMM) at the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine hosted its seventh annual Junior Fellows program from June 14 through June

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Dorothy Pan Balances Work and the Y

“In fields where you can’t save everyone, you are driven to do research to find out more,” says Dorothy Pan. Dorothy plans to help and heal as many

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The protein TAZ sends “mixed signals” to stem cells

In the new study, PhD student Xingliang Zhou and colleagues in the laboratory of Qi-Long Ying demonstrated that naïve mouse ESCs don’t require TAZ in order to self-renew

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sophisticated laboratory rat

USC Stem Cell researchers receive $3 million of NIH funding to produce sophisticated laboratory rats

“The rat is not a big mouse,” said Ying, associate professor of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. “Physiologically and evolutionarily, the rat is much closer to the

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