Professor Daryl Davies recently won a $1.25 million NIH grant for his research that could lead to new drugs to prevent or treat alcohol use disorder, which causes approximately 100,000 deaths each year.
Through USC’s Bridge UnderGraduate Science (BUGS) summer research program, undergraduates and high school students gain hands-on understanding of what it means to be a collaborative research scientist.
To avoid giant price hikes, epinephrine and generic drugs should be regulated like public utilities, USC professors Geoffrey Joyce and Neeraj Sood write in U.S.…
Healthy competition among multiple suppliers is the best answer to prevent high drug prices, USC professor Dana Goldman, director of the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center…
With the theme of Disease-Driven Aging, the 15th annual student-organized Moving Targets symposium on Friday, Aug. 19 addressed how chronic diseases and associated therapies accelerate aging, and highlighted breakthroughs in targeting mechanisms of aging.
Taking their first steps in the journey to become Doctors of Pharmacy, 188 members of the Class of 2020 strode into the annual USC School of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony on the Harry and Celeste Pappas Quad on Friday, August 19.
Carrying 850 pounds of medications and supplies, a team of USC pharmacy students journeyed to Romania, where they provided much-needed care to 600 patients.
The innovative leader has published over 300 papers, holds numerous patents and serves on many national and international advisory committees
USC School of Pharmacy researchers are collaborating with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab to study eight species of fungi, descended from specimens collected at Chernobyl, on the International Space Station.
Gift will promote health and safety in developing countries and create a summer scholars program for international students.