A new study from the Keck School of Medicine of USC finds that robotic partial nephrectomy decreases complications, mortality and other important patient outcomes as compared with open or laparoscopic techniques.
USC Center for Body Computing announces 2018 “Voice Assistants for All” hackathon with $10,000 prize
The USC Center for Body Computing (CBC) at Keck Medicine of USC is hoping to solve unmet health care needs using home-based digital assistants at its 2018 “Voice Assistants for All” hackathon on July 12–13, 2018
Keck Medicine of USC is significantly expanding its patient care services and health care facilities with the opening of the new Norris Healthcare Center (HC3), a seven-story, 116,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility on the Health Sciences Campus.
Diana Hyde knew she didn’t want amputation. But that’s all anyone was offering her. Hyde had been active all her life. She had been riding, training and raising horses since childhood and enjoyed camping and trail riding for weeks at a time. It was on her favorite annual camping trip that Hyde realized the shortness of breath she had been experiencing might be something serious.
You may know that your surgeon is using the latest minimally invasive technology for your surgery, but how do you know if they’ve mastered it? To help answer that question, researchers at Keck Medicine of USC looked to a custom recording tool similar in concept to a flight recorder on an airplane.
Patricia Tapia, center, is joined by members of the reunion planning committee before celebrations at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center Trauma Survivors Reunion on [...]
Mario Pulido, PhD, first author of the study, and Ite Laird-Offringa. Their work on isoaspartylation could provide a key to immunotherapy for small cell lung cancer. [...]
USC Correctional Health, a Keck School of Medicine of USC program, won the 2016 Best in Category Achievement Award for Health from the National Association of Counties (NaCo). This [...]