Fourth-year PharmD students Austin Wang and Joanne Lin earned third-place honors at the national Clinical Skills Competition at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists meeting in New Orleans in December.
Trustee Leonard D. Schaeffer provides a $4 million gift to establish the Schaeffer Initiative for Innovation in Health Policy, a partnership between Brookings and the USC Schaeffer Center.
Fellowships provide postdoctoral scholars with an opportunity to hone skills required for a range of industry careers.
Study analyses from Schaeffer Center and Brookings Institution indicate that preventing disease, rather than just treating it, will improve population health and save Medicare dollars.
School of Pharmacy students host a slate of distinguished guests, faculty and students from across the university at the School’s annual Legislative Day.
Associate Professor Kathleen Rodgers is developing a drug that offers patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy new hope.
Gless first became fascinated with the daunting challenges of healthcare while serving as a medic in the Army Reserve.
That’s the questions that over 70 California healthcare leaders tackled at a conference at USC aiming to initiate collaborations with community pharmacists and health departments, QIOs and other health organizations.
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Seth Seabury is among the authors on a study that indicates “defensive medicine” may work published in The BMJ.