A team from the USC Schaeffer Center undertook a full assessment of the first year of the pandemic’s mortality burden by measuring years of life lost and accounting for quality-of-life differences, factoring in age, sex, race/ethnicity and comorbidities.
Meet second-year PharmD student Nathalie Iribe, vice president of admission and recruitment for the Associated Students of the School of Pharmacy. Iribe shares her experience…
Yong (Tiger) Zhang, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences, was awarded a five-year, $2.1 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to reprogram exosomes for biomedical applications.
One in 10 adults were at risk of overdose, with older Americans relying on high doses of opioids more than younger adults, researchers found in a national sample of prescription claims.
Autumn Walkerly, PharmD, BCPS has joined the faculty as assistant professor of clinical pharmacy (clinician educator), effective September 1.
Erin Trish, PhD, a health economist whose work focuses on the intersection of public policy and healthcare markets, has been named co-director of the USC Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics.
The treasured tradition of the annual white coat ceremony—marking the beginning of Doctor of Pharmacy students’ journey to joining the profession—returned to campus with a dual celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 18.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy Richard Dang has been honored as Outstanding Health Care Innovator in the 2021 Los Angeles Business Journal Health Care Leadership awards.
John Stofko, MPH, MBA has joined the faculty as associate professor in the department of pharmaceutical and health economics, effective August 16. He is a…
Zhipeng Lu, assistant professor of pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences, was awarded a five-year, $2.06 million NIH grant to develop new tools to better understand the structures and functions of RNA molecules.