The recognition follows the Keck School of Medicine professor’s recent study that showed that a hormone produced by the fetus triggers nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
Medical texts from 2,500 years ago rarely mention severe memory loss, suggesting today’s widespread dementia stems from modern environments and lifestyles, a new USC analysis shows.
USC experts explain why polarization erodes civility in public discourse, turning private citizens and elected officials into targets.
The spending included significant investments in USC President Carol Folt’s “moonshots” in computing, health and sustainability.
Results indicate an “easy and novel” way to detect autism spectrum disorders, paving the way for tailored therapeutic approaches
Erroll Southers’ vision: “An environment where everyone feels safe, protected and respected.” Read more and watch the video.
The candidates’ ages are a concern for many ahead of the 2024 elections, but significant life experience has its advantages, USC experts say.
A USC researcher spoke about the risks of these chemicals — used in common products like fast-food wrappers — at a news conference Tuesday.
The USC-patented shot would protect patients from hospital-acquired infections.
Scientific polymath Scott Fraser has a special talent for live imaging of microscopic organisms — among a multitude of skills.