The USC School of Pharmacy has established awards to honor alumni and distinguished community members, to be presented at the Annual Alumni Awards Gala at Town & Gown on Sunday, May 7, 2017.
USC Trustee Leonard D. Schaeffer and Dana Goldman, professor of public policy, pharmacy and economics at USC, authored an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee on…
To keep pace with healthcare’s evolving challenges, Dean Vassilios Papadopoulos has announced an administrative restructuring of the USC School of Pharmacy, including five new associate dean positions.
Dr. Steven Chen received recognition from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Partnership for Public Service for “diligent work, authentic collaboration with patients, clinicians and partners, and unprecedented national impact on patient safety.”
Two USC School of Pharmacy students – Corey Kelsom (PharmD ’17) and Curtis Lee (PharmD ’19) – presented their research to a national audience.
Meet USC School of Pharmacy alumnus Vinson C. Lee, MS ’01, PharmD ’06. In addition to his career as Director of Reimbursement, Access, and Value…
A new study, co-authored by USC School of Pharmacy professors Dana Goldman and Etienne Gaudette, finds that daily aspirin use by older Americans with a high risk of heart disease could reduce the risk of heart attack, extend lives, and even prevent some cancers.
USC School of Pharmacy students had a 97.4% passing rate on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) — the highest in the state of California.
On November 10, the USC School of Pharmacy hosted a panel discussion focusing on the dangers of drug addiction and prescription medication abuse.
Presentations focused on care and quality of life for patients with Alzheimer’s disease, helping elderly individuals with multiple chronic conditions, and evaluating the effectiveness of a pharmacist-led disease management program.