Doctoral Student Wins Krown Fellowship

Doctoral student Jordanna Jayne is the 2018-2019 recipient of the Charles and Charlotte Krown Fellowship, the most prestigious award given to graduate students at the USC School of Pharmacy.

Alumni Spotlight: Renita Moradian

Meet Renita Moradian, the first student to receive the USC School of Pharmacy’s new bachelor of science degree in pharmacology and drug development.

Continuing a Legacy of Support for Junior Faculty

The late Kathleen Johnson, PharmD ’78, MPH, PhD, was committed to nurturing emerging leaders in the field. Now, the USC School of Pharmacy is paying tribute to her memory through creation of a fund to foster promising new research and support professional development for early-career faculty.

Moving Targets Symposium Focuses on Pain Management

With the theme of pain management, the 17th annual Moving Targets symposium on Friday, Aug. 17 focused on current breakthroughs in the field of pain medicine, with an emphasis on combating the opioid crisis.

Medicaid Expansion Increases Access to Diabetes Medications

A new study led by researchers from USC and the University of Chicago found that low-income people with diabetes are better able to afford their medications and manage their disease in states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.