A new USC study reports that sudden price spikes for some generic drugs — such as the recently reported increases of a decades-old generic heart medication and an antibiotic — are becoming more common.
The USC School of Pharmacy’s annual Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) Fair, held at the Harry and Celeste Pappas Quad on Sept. 14, gave third-year PharmD students an opportunity to learn about a wide variety of rotations.
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.
The USC School of Pharmacy’s Healthcare Decision Analysis (HCDA) program is known for bringing a wide variety of high-profile business leaders to campus to speak to students.
A USC study — co-authored by USC School of Pharmacy associate professor Geoffrey Joyce, director of health policy at the USC Schaeffer Center — sheds light on a practice that occurs more often than we think.
Meet Renita Moradian, the first student to receive the USC School of Pharmacy’s new bachelor of science degree in pharmacology and drug development.
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.
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.
198 members of the Class of 2022 took their first steps toward becoming Doctors of Pharmacy at the annual White Coat Ceremony on Thursday, August 16.
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.