The USC School of Pharmacy marked its 109th Commencement on the afternoon of Friday, May 13, at the Health Sciences Campus Quad before an audience of more than 2,000 family, friends, faculty and staff.
New courses can be taken individually or built into a minor, “Science and Management of Biomedical Therapeutics.”
Professor Glen L. Stimmel – a pioneer in the field of psychiatric pharmacy and a leader in pharmacy education – is recognized for contributions that improve the care of individuals nationwide.
Led by USC School of Pharmacy Professor Clay Wang, the Micro-10 research project – a first-of-its-kind collaboration with Jet Propulsion Laboratory – launched on April 8 to travel to the International Space Station.
USC School of Pharmacy remains the nation’s top-ranked private pharmacy school, and the top-ranked pharmacy school in Southern California.
As the nation’s healthcare system evolves and its population ages, a collaborative focus on innovations in care is key to improving patient outcomes and containing costs, national leaders said at a conference in Los Angeles.
Students and professionals head to the USC School of Pharmacy from around the globe
USC pharmacy students benefit from hundreds of hands-on experiential learning rotations to hone their skills, interact with patients and prepare for their careers.
Fellowships provide postdoctoral scholars with an opportunity to hone skills required for a range of industry careers.
School of Pharmacy students host a slate of distinguished guests, faculty and students from across the university at the School’s annual Legislative Day.