Twenty-four members of the graduating class of 2017 earned an additional, prestigious distinction: the School’s new Area of Concentration certificate.
The USC School of Pharmacy marked its 110th Commencement on the afternoon of Friday, May 12 at the Health Sciences Campus Quad.
Amid state and federal discussions to address doctor shortages, USC-led study is part of a growing body of research on the expansion of pharmacists’ roles as a solution that may actually save money.
Dean Vassilios Papadopoulos brings wide-ranging expertise, a track record of leadership, and a passion for innovation to his role at the USC School of Pharmacy. Here he shares his career journey, his leadership philosophy and his vision for the school’s future.
According to the California State Board of Pharmacy, the school’s class of 2016 had a 97.4 percent North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) pass rate — the highest in California.
A new fotonovela titled “Infectious Rumors!” is bound to reach 50,000 La Opinión readers, helping to raise awareness of immunizations.
The USC School of Pharmacy has introduced six new areas of concentration to allow students to focus in a specific area of pharmacy.
Alumni of the USC School of Pharmacy PhD programs are leading their professions. Meet some of our PhD graduates and learn how the USC School of Pharmacy helped prepare them for their careers.
New dean shares his vision for the future of the pharmacy school at ceremony held in his honor.
Professor Steven Chen received one of the nation’s highest pharmacy honors, the American Pharmacy Association’s Pinnacle Award, as part of an interdisciplinary team of public health leaders collaborating on two national initiatives. He has received the award twice previously, in 2013 and 2007.