Shaped by years of watching patients struggle through treatment, one USC researcher is leading a team in the fight against cancer.
USC student JP Prodoehl created his own nonprofit to help provide affordable medical care at home and abroad.
Groundbreaking professor Lori Ziolkowski, the first woman to win the Baillet Latour Fellowship, is providing new insights into the very nature of life on Earth and beyond, all the while inspiring the students she mentors.
As the Wade T. Batson Jr. Professor of Botany, professor Vicki Vance's research focuses on dietary-derived molecules that could suppress cancer cells.
A USC finance professor and Obamacare expert discusses obstacles the Senate healthcare bill will face after Tuesday's motion to begin debate.
As part of their fellowships, De'Aira Bryant and Blakeley Hoffman are currently interning for San Jose tech company Adobe Systems Incorporated.
With a grant from the American Heart Association, assistant professor Troy Herter of the Arnold School of Public Health hopes to better understand the effects of stroke and develop better rehabilitation techniques.
Robert Hartwig, a finance professor at the Darla Moore School of Business, is one of the nation's top authorities on the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Professor Scott Decker discusses his research into children's learning disabilities.
Dr. Sharon DeWitte uses skeletal remains to study the health and demographic patterns of medieval European populations before and after the Black Death.
USC professor Michael Gower works to develop materials to stimulate immune responses with the goal of developing translational therapies for atherosclerosis, diabetes and cancer.
With a $1.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation, three USC professors hope to find new ways to help students pursue careers in math and science.
Dr. Morgan Stefik and his research group are actively working on shortening the amount of time it takes to charge a battery.
Dr. Hans-Conrad zur Loye hopes to develop receptacles to reduce the decontamination period of American nuclear reservations, including South Carolina's Savannah River Site.
Professor Coenen Snyder investigates role of Jewish traders in the 19th century international diamond trade03/23/2017 12:43am
A Dutch professor is working on a book about the role Jew's played in the international diamond trade.
Moncef Marzouki spoke with students about his experience in politics in the Middle East and the current situation of those nations.
Dr. David Resiman, a university professor, discusses his research work with students surrounding a tumor suppressor gene.