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John S. Oghalai to lead otolaryngology

John S. Oghalai, MD, has been recruited to serve as the new chair of the USC Tina and Rick Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, effective Aug. 1. He joins the Keck School of Medicine of USC from Stanford University School of Medicine after a national search, according to Rohit Varma, MD,

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John S. Oghalai to lead otolaryngology

John S. Oghalai, MD, has been recruited to serve as the new chair of the USC Tina and Rick Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, effective Aug. 1. He joins the Keck School of Medicine of USC from Stanford University School of Medicine after a national search, according to Rohit Varma, MD,

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This year's ranking represents the Keck School of Medicine's highest to date

Keck School of Medicine receives its highest NIH funding ranking to date

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Faculty physicians keep singers, musicians and actors in peak shape

Injuries won’t keep these performing artists out of the spotlight.

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Three-week summer program of community outreach improves reading and writing skills with interventions for students, parents and teachers

Innovative USC Program Helps Develop Literacy for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children from Bilingual Homes

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Graduate student Vincent Haoze Yu, Broad Clinical Fellow Rodrigo Martínez Monedero, Michael Sidgmore, principal investigator Neil Segil and graduate student Louise Menendez in the Choi Family Therapeutic Screening Facility at the Eli and Edythe Broad CIRM Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at USC (Photo courtesy of HSC News)

Sidgmore Family Foundation gift to help hearing loss research

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Key mutations may worsen hearing loss from the chemotherapy drug cisplatin

The chemotherapy drug cisplatin can kill cancer, but it can also kill the sensory cells of the inner ear — causing permanent hearing loss. This hearing loss is likely to be more severe in individuals with Cockayne syndrome, according to a new study on the cover of The Journal of Neuroscience. In the study, USC Stem Cell researchers Robert

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John Niparko in a 2013 photograph (Photo/Don Milici)

In memoriam: John Niparko, 61

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A cochlear implant means Shane Lundie can now hear his mother’s voice. Photo by Steve Cohen

Hear, and Now: Restoring Sound Perception After Hearing Loss

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Broad Fellows

USC Stem Cell selects inaugural Broad Clinical Research Fellows

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woman-yawning

The Science of Sleep

From neuroscientists to engineers, USC researchers delve into what happens during slumber—and how to help us get more of it. In the classic fairy tale, Snow White bites into an apple and slips into a state of suspended animation. For her fellow figment of fiction, man-about-the-Catskills character Rip Van Winkle, a sip of moonshine affords

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