Members of the Class of 2027 represent 19 countries.
The USC Alfred E. Mann School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences celebrates its new name, its namesake and its expanding role in L.A. in health sciences, research and development.
A curriculum partnership among USC’s pharmacy, social work and medical schools drives the new Master of Addiction Science program. It’s the first of its kind at a major university.
The novel method developed by USC pharmacy and chemistry researchers has exciting implications for plastic waste collecting on Catalina Island and L.A.-area beaches.
The move provides a new space for collaboration and research. The pharmacy that has held the space moves into a much larger location near the Engemann Student Health Center, with room to add services.
TITLE IX: For almost five decades at USC, Jean Chen Shih has excelled at research and in teaching. She says the groundbreaking legislation is as important now as it was 50 years ago.
The substantial gift from innovator and physicist Alfred E. Mann will expand USC’s activities at the intersection of health sciences and engineering.
A USC-developed interactive mapping tool shows the location of every pharmacy in the United States — and which neighborhoods are “pharmacy deserts.”
New Rising STARS program will train and diversify the next generation of scientists to confront the addiction epidemic with “cell to society” perspective.
The undergraduates gain new perspectives by examining the history and culture of the region through the lens of folk medicine.