Steven Chen led a collaboration with the California Department of Public Health on the production of a new infographic highlighting the value of comprehensive medication management.
After finding that prices for some common antibiotics can vary in price by up to $100 in one metropolitan area, USC experts suggest that patients could save money by shopping for their drugs online or in independent pharmacies.
Paul J. Wong, PharmD, BCCCP joined the faculty as assistant professor in the Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy.
Medicare Advantage plans managed by private insurers pay physicians prices that are similar to traditional Medicare rates, according to a new USC-led study.
The USC School of Pharmacy hosted the Apothecary Circle Pharmacy (ACP) Program, a youth workforce initiative that provides underrepresented students a way to explore the pharmacy profession.
Lisa W. Goldstone, MS, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP joins as associate professor in the Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy.
Twenty-four members of the graduating class of 2017 earned an additional, prestigious distinction: the School’s new Area of Concentration certificate.
Meet first-year PhD student Alicia Warnecke.
Julio Camarero Palao, PhD, Stan Gee Louie, PharmD, Kathy Rodgers, PhD, Andrew MacKay, PhD, and Sarah Hamm-Alvarez, PhD, receive grants for their proposals.
As June is Alzheimers and Brain Awareness Month, we ask Dr. Williams a few questions about his approach to treating Alzheimer’s disease and how pharmacists can be important allies in its care and management.