Danielle Zammit, PhD, has joined the faculty of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics as assistant professor of pharmaceutical and health economics.
David Dadiomov, PharmD, BCPP, has joined the faculty of the Titus Department of Clinical Pharmacy as clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice.
The USC School of Pharmacy marked its 112th Commencement on the afternoon of Friday, May 10 before an audience of more than 1,900 family, friends, faculty and staff.
William Padula was honored with the 2019 ISPOR Award for Excellence in Application of Health Economics and Outcomes Research for his paper evaluating the value of hospital resources for effective pressure injury prevention.
Daryl Davies, PhD has been appointed to the newly-created role of associate dean for undergraduate education at the USC School of Pharmacy. Davies spearheaded the…
Meet Marisa Jones, PharmD ’19. The president of the PharmD class of 2019 and a student ambassador of the Margaret and John Biles Leadership Center, she will deliver the doctor of pharmacy address at the 112th Commencement of the USC School of Pharmacy on Friday, May 10.
Members of the class of 2019 came together for a graduation celebration and awards ceremony on Pappas Quad at the USC Health Sciences Campus on Wednesday, April 24.
Meet Laura Henkhaus, PhD ’19, Health Economics. The 2019 recipient of the USC School of Pharmacy’s Outcomes Outstanding Doctoral Scholar Award, she will deliver the doctor of philosophy address at the 112th Commencement of the USC School of Pharmacy on Friday, May 10.
USC Research Finds Persistent Growth of Staph in Bloodstream for Three Days or Longer Portends Poor Outcomes
A new USC study shows that staph bloodstream infections persisting for three days or more after the start of treatment mark a significant risk for complications, prolonged hospitalization and death, underscoring the need for future studies to find diagnostic biomarkers and new treatment strategies.
Amy Nham is the first student to graduate with the dual degree of doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) from the USC School of Pharmacy and master of public health (MPH) from the Keck School of Medicine of USC. As a first-generation student, she’s used to forging her own path.