After months of hard work, 27 students from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School gathered at the annual Bravo-USC Science and Engineering Fair to present their original research projects.
A new USC-led study, “Overpaying for Prescription Drugs: The Copay Clawback Phenomenon,” explores the frequency and magnitude of co-payments exceeding prescription drug costs.
The designation demonstrates the highest level of commitment to quality healthcare.
A USC-led study projects the potential cost savings of expanding outpatient pharmacy care to reduce hospital readmissions of high-risk patients.
Three USC School of Pharmacy faculty members were awarded grants at the STOP CANCER 26th Annual Educational Forum and Research Awards Dinner on Jan. 22.
Rear Admiral Pamela Schweitzer shared insights and advice gained over her extensive career in pharmacy during her January talk, “The Road Less Traveled,” for the school’s John Biles Speaker Series on Leadership.
Legislatures and hospitals around the country have tightened emergency room prescribing guidelines for opioids to curb the addiction epidemic, but a new USC study shows that approach diverts attention from the main sources of prescription painkillers.
The school’s annual Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) Fair, held at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel on December 1, 2017, gave third-year PharmD students an opportunity to meet with preceptors first hand and learn about various available APPEs.
A USC faculty member since 1992, Beringer is a practitioner, scholar, educator and researcher whose clinical and translational investigations focus on advancing pharmacotherapy for cystic fibrosis to improve the quality of life for patients.
USC School of Pharmacy doctoral student aims to genetically engineer alternatives to meat that taste like the real thing