When Ray Goldsworthy was 13, he contracted spinal meningitis. Antibiotics saved his life but destroyed the cells in his inner ears responsible for processing sound. “Within the span [...]
For millions of people who suffer from sleep apnea, getting a good night’s sleep is an elusive dream. Patients with obstructive sleep apnea have blockages of breathing while they sleep, [...]
As a husband and father, an emergency medicine physician and volunteer medic with the San Luis Obispo Sheriﬀ ’s Oﬃce Special Enforcement Detail, Kristopher Lyon, MD, had an increasingly [...]
By Landon Hall Prof. Ricky Bluthenthal at the Keck School of Medicine's Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series. Prof. Ricky Bluthenthal will discuss the research behind needle-exchange programs [...]
Six Keck School of Medicine of USC faculty members were recently named to the 2019 list of Highly Cited Researchers, which identifies scientists who are among the most [...]
Dean Mosqueda, her mother-in-law Emilia Mosqueda, and The SCAN Foundation celebrated America’s 41 million caregivers. - Photo courtesy of The SCAN Foundation. Dr. Laura Mosqueda, dean [...]
It is an important part of employee wellness to share and make a meaningful practice out of gratitude. At the Primary Care Physician Assistant Program, the team implements [...]
The 34 students in USC’s master’s program in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine have at least two things in common. First, they’re smart, with an average incoming GPA of 3.4. And second, they all seemed to enjoy the boba tea served at this year’s Student Orientation at the Eli and Edythe Broad CIRM Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at USC.