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VIZBI at USC

We are excited to announce that USC's Bridge Institute will be hosting VIZBI 2024, the 14th international meeting on Visualising Biological Data, which will take place March 13-15 at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience. VIZBI has run annually since 2010, alternating primarily between the USA and Germany, with support from NIH and EMBO. ... Read more

VIZBI at USC

We are excited to announce that USC's Bridge Institute will be hosting VIZBI 2024, the 14th international meeting on Visualising Biological Data, which will take place March 13-15 at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience. VIZBI has run annually since 2010, alternating primarily between the USA and Germany, with support from NIH and EMBO. ... Read more

VIZBI at USC

We are excited to announce that USC's Bridge Institute will be hosting VIZBI 2024, the 14th international meeting on Visualising Biological Data, which will take place March 13-15 at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience. VIZBI has run annually since 2010, alternating primarily between the USA and Germany, with support from NIH and EMBO. ... Read more

Match Day 2024

Our medical students go through years of rigorous training, culminating in the Match Day ceremony in which they learn where they are headed for residency. Learn more and view via livestream! (Livestream begins at 8:35 AM Pacific)

ZNI Seminar on March 20, 2024: Dr. Zhigang He, Harvard Medical School

Herklotz Seminar Room (ZNI 112) 1501 San Pablo St., Los Angeles, CA, United States

Please join us for a presentation by Zhigang He, PhD from Harvard Medical School on March 20 at 12PM to 1PM titled “Characterizing and Repairing Brain-Spinal Cord Connections”.  It will be a hybrid meeting so it will be held in Herklotz and be available via Zoom. Please RSVP at annie.leweschen@med.usc.edu. Lunch will be provided for ... Read more

Free

State of the University Address

Mayer Auditorium, KAM 1975 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, United States

USC President Carol Folt Please respond by Tuesday, March 19 online at usc.edu/esvp (code: address) Wed. March 27 8:00 AM Mayer Auditorium Health Sciences Campus

Putting Environmental Justice into Practice: Connecting Grassroots Activism, Research, and Community Investment

Virtual Event

Please join us on Wednesday, April 3rd  at 12 pm for an action-oriented speaker panel and Q&A bringing together distinguished researchers and grassroots activists for environmental justice. Panelists will explore practical approaches to integrating environmental justice with grassroots activism and scientific research, emphasizing collaborative strategies and digital media approaches for meaningful community investment and sustainable change. Link ... Read more

Dean’s Town Hall

Aresty Auditorium 1450 Biggy St, Los Angeles, United States

Carolyn C. Meltzer, MD Dean, Keck School of Medicine of USC invites you to attend the DEAN'S TOWN HALL Monday,  April 8, 2024 12:00 PM Aresty Auditorium Norris Cancer Research Tower Health Sciences Campus Lunch will be provided This event will also be available via Zoom: https://usc.zoom.us/j/93896459890#success RSVP RSVP Link Please complete ESVP form for ... Read more

Dean’s Transformative Lecture Series – Making America Healthier for All: What Each One of Us Can Do

Mayer Auditorium, KAM 1975 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, United States

David Williams is the Norman Professor of Public Health and Chair, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He is also a Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard. His prior academic appointments were at Yale and the University of Michigan. The author of over ... Read more

Free

GPHW2024: The role of AI and communities in national defense: Protecting lives, public health, and healthcare services against crippling attacks in the era of artificial intelligence

It is estimated that most major cities have enough energy and water reserves to meet the necessities of their inhabitants for up to a week following a major power outage, either due to a malicious act or a natural disaster. Although there is a surprising dearth of studies with reliable data, the outlook is similar ... Read more