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.
Meet Alicia Warnecke, a first-year PhD student at the USC School of Pharmacy who double-majored in biology and neuroscience at Syracuse University. Here, she shares her journey to graduate school and describes life on the West Coast after years living in the East, and why she chose the USC School of Pharmacy.
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.
Why are prescription drugs so expensive? Look to major league baseball for an answer, professors Dana Goldman and Darius Lakdawalla write in the Wall Street Journal.
Thirty-nine members of the graduating class of 2017 were presented awards at a graduation celebration on the Broad Center Lawn at the USC Health Sciences Campus on Friday, June 2.
Meet Hugo Avila, a first-year PhD student who shares his journey to graduate school, his early interest in science, and why he chose the USC…
A group of USC pharmacy students recently provided free naloxone kits and training at Homeless Health Care Los Angeles.
Schaeffer Center Report: “Follow the Money: The Flow of Funds in the Pharmaceutical Distribution System”
A new white paper by Profs. Dana Goldman and Neeraj Sood, published in Health Affairs, focuses on the flow of funds through the pharmaceutical distribution chain.