Elyn Saks is a renowned legal scholar and a skilled educator. She’s also a fierce advocate for mental health who evaded a dire prognosis after being diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 28.
PUENTE Learning Center, a Good Neighbors Campaign grantee, is showing high school students that there are careers in health care beyond the traditional roles of doctor or nurse.
Two new USC Dornsife studies suggest that of the 8 million Americans who have MCI, more than 90% don’t know it — an especially worrisome finding since early diagnosis is key to delaying onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Mental Health GPS, a data-driven and peer-run service co-developed by researchers at USC, helps callers find the care they need and averts crisis.
Renowned USC urologic surgeon Inderbir “Indy” Gill is on the verge of performing the world’s first human bladder transplant clinical trial. His skills in robotic surgery — and zeal for innovation — are making it possible.
Current and former clinical providers recall the origins and differences that have helped make the team what it is today.
An international leader in Alzheimer’s disease research for over 30 years, Aisen is recognized with the highest academic honor at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
Together, computer scientists and clinicians are designing AI solutions to improve surgical training and create better patient outcomes.
By listening and collaborating with trans communities, Keck Medicine of USC is creating the preeminent gender-affirming care program on the West Coast.
The program provides a full range of gender-affirming health care services for transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse adult patients in a safe and supportive environment.