Study reveals molecular brain changes linked to APOE4, the main susceptibility gene for Alzheimer’s disease
Using mouse models with a humanized APOE4 gene, USC researchers uncover the sequence of early molecular changes caused by APOE4, a discovery which may help identify potential treatment ... Read More »
Research funded by the grant will capitalize on the development of biomarkers and advanced imaging by scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of USC to launch studies ... Read More »
First part of $30 million grant awarded to USC Team for stroke project by National Institutes of Health
Researchers at Keck School of Medicine of USC move experimental drug closer to approval for clinical use By Jeremy Deutchman USC Neurologist Patrick Lyden, MD (Photo: USC/Don ... Read More »
Scientists share new, unpublished research discussing causes, therapies, and cures for Alzheimer’s and dementia By: Mollie Barnes Dean Meltzer, Dr. Zlokovic and Dr. Shapiro kicked off the ... Read More »
First-ever study to measure high-density lipoprotein particle numbers in spinal fluid led by Keck School of Medicine of USC By Wayne Lewis Keck School of Medicine of ... Read More »
Over the years, everyone loses a few brain cells. A study led by scientists from USC Stem Cell and the USC Neurorestoration Center presents evidence that adults can replenish at least some of what they’ve lost by generating new brain cells, and that this process is dramatically altered in patients with long-term epilepsy.
Type 2 diabetes, also known as adult onset diabetes, is a chronic disease impacting an estimated 34 million Americans. If led untreated, it can lead to a host ... Read More »
Keck School faculty well-represented on Clarivate’s Highly Cited 2021 list of most influential researchers
The list recognizes "the true pioneers in their fields over the last decade, demonstrated by the production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations."