A USC-led team has developed advanced imaging techniques that allow for a uniquely detailed glimpse inside the body’s insulin factories.
USC Dornsife scientists are investigating if a drug that extends the lives of female flies who’ve mated could also have an effect on humans.
Through a new screening method, USC researchers have found that the antibiotic rifabutin is effective against life-threatening Acinetobacter baumannii.
The coronavirus may have started with bats, but scientists at USC and beyond are researching how it ended up infecting humans.
After graduating from USC Dornsife with a level of scholarly productivity that her faculty advisor called ‘breathtaking,’ Pragya Goel is ready to further transform neuroscience.
Two-year program aims to build innovative thinkers and solve biological problems.
New postdoctoral program could speed up research and development of immunological treatments.
USC goes all in on convergent bioscience, bringing scientific curiosity and engineers' know-how to solve medical problems.