The USC International Travel Health Clinic, staffed by clinical pharmacists who hold certificates in travel health, helps hundreds of travelers each year prepare for any itinerary.
Gift will promote health and safety in developing countries and create a summer scholars program for international students.
Two USC graduate students took home top honors at the 21st Annual meeting of International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) in Washington D.C.
An upcoming seminar will address best practices for pharmacists in pain management and opioid safety amid the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Members of the classes of 2016 and 1966 came together at the School of Pharmacy’s annual Alumni/Senior Awards Gala on Saturday, May 7 at Town and Gown.
John W. Carlson III enrolled in USC’s progressive degree program, which enabled him to work on a master’s degree in Regulatory Science even as he completed his undergraduate studies.
Research conducted by Jeffrey S. McCombs, PhD – associate professor of Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy, Gerontology and Public Administration, and director of Graduate Studies –…
USC students won two competitions at the California Pharmacists Association West Coast Pharmacy Exchange in San Francisco on April 28-May 1.
The Board of Councilors member and long-time supporter of USC School of Pharmacy was a true Trojan whose support over nearly six decades helped countless students pursue careers in pharmacy, says Interim Dean Glen Stimmel.
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.