Meet Laura Henkhaus, a 4th-year Health Economics PhD student. In this interview, she shares her career aspirations and describes her experience presenting at the International Summit on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma in La Jolla where she was recognized with the B.B. Robbie Rossman Annual Memorial Child Maltreatment Research Award.
A USC Schaeffer Center op-ed in U.S. News and World Report, published Oct. 10, highlights the USC School of Pharmacy’s work to help seniors save money by switching prescription drug plans.
Over the past six decades, Professor Mel Baron has served the pharmacy field as an entrepreneur, provider, educator and consultant. Still, his wide-ranging career has always circled back to USC.
The new major enables USC undergraduates to explore all aspects of drug development — from drug origins and composition to toxicology and transformation into therapeutic applications.
As deaths from opioid abuse skyrocket, finding alternatives that offer real pain relief without the risk of addiction is a matter of national urgency. Enter pharmacologist James David Adams Jr., a USC School of Pharmacy associate professor who also happens to be a Chumash healer.
Doctoral student Johannes (Jan) Van Dijk has earned the 2017-2018 Charles and Charlotte Krown Fellowship for his work on genetic engineering of fungal biosynthesis.
Meet second-year PharmD/MS student Craig Luis, who recently interned with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
An interdisciplinary team from the USC School of Pharmacy and the USC Institute for Global Health led a weeklong public health, leadership and soccer camp in Uganda for more than 1,000 young people in August.
To better serve the needs of the USC community, the USC Health Center Pharmacy has reopened on the University Park Campus.
A study published in the Journal of Pathology led by University Professor Jean Chen Shih examines the role of the enzyme monoamine oxidase-A (MAO-A) in Hodgkin’s lymphoma.