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Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean Carolyn Meltzer beats impostor syndrome
May 22, 2023

Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean Carolyn Meltzer beats impostor syndrome

TITLE IX: Leader seeks to create environments that ensure that people of all identities feel included and valued. By Greg Hernandez As a student at the Johns Hopkins ..Read More

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From LASIK to Telemedicine: How a USC Ophthalmologist is Revolutionizing Vision Care in Guam

Charles Flowers Jr., MD, is a renowned eye surgeon and physician at the USC Roski Eye Institute, who has made significant contributions to eye care in Guam. By: ..Read More

Stephanie Wong (top row first from the right), Diego Razura (top row third from the right), and Yun Ji Kim (top row fourth from the right) with Dr. John Oghalai and fellow participants at the Clinician-Scientist Training Program (CSTP) Seminar Series. (Image Credit: Kristin Brokaw)

Clinician-Scientist Training Program Provides New Opportunities for Cutting-Edge Research

By Michelle Meyers   Diego Razura is from Memphis, Tennessee and attends the Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University. The program is small; it does ..Read More

Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean Carolyn Meltzer beats impostor syndrome

Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean Carolyn Meltzer beats impostor syndrome

TITLE IX: Leader seeks to create environments that ensure that people of all identities feel included and valued. By Greg Hernandez As a student at the Johns Hopkins ..Read More

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Keck school commencement speakers stress need for bold action on health care challenges ahead

Graduation ceremonies mark the start of a new chapter for Keck School of Medicine’s Class of 2023 By Jeremy Deutchman   It was a weekend for joy and ..Read More

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Air pollution particles trigger cellular defense mechanisms

New research from the Keck School of Medicine of USC shows that air pollution particles activate a cellular defense mechanism known as autophagy, which may reduce the ability ..Read More