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Innovators of USC: Doctors have an eye on GIBLIB, the ‘Netflix of medical education’

Imagine a surgeon being able to watch multiple surgical procedures in 360 virtual reality in order to determine the best way to operate on their current patient. In the past, surgical videos were difficult to locate and often of poor quality, with many being filmed on a cellphone or… Read More »

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Stem cells used to build bone and fight cancer

January 24th, 2018

Supported by the Broad Foundation and their mentors, two Trojans take innovative approaches to ongoing health issues Abigail Zamora will study the cells that cause neuroblastoma, an aggressive cancer that often affects… Read More »

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MESH’s Amanda Mason discusses biotech’s big impact

December 7th, 2017

The assistant director for strategy and planning at the Medicine, Engineering, Science and Humanities Academy explains what biotech is — and why everyone’s talking about it. Read more »  

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USC academy ready to redefine patient care

November 30th, 2017

A recent grant will help the USC Iovine and Young Academy provide an immersive, four-year undergraduate track dedicated to helping patients achieve better outcomes. Read more »