Erica Rheinschild writes for the media relations team on the Health Sciences Campus.
Stories by Erica Rheinschild:
Robotics advances could lead to engineering solutions for paralyzed people
Keck School of Medicine of USC is among developers of a brain-machine device for people with spinal cord injuries.
Can Alzheimer’s be stopped years before it starts?
USC is among 90 institutions testing a vaccine and oral medication to prevent or delay the disease among older people at higher risk.
Experts: 1 in 3 cases of dementia preventable
Lancet Commission, including USC expert, has identified powerful tools to prevent dementia and touts the benefits of nonmedical interventions.
Researchers look for a way to detect Alzheimer’s before symptoms emerge
Cognitive tests in older adults without symptoms could do the job, a Keck School of Medicine of USC study finds.
USC research could lead to treatment for common lung diseases
$6.9 million NIH grant allows Keck School of Medicine of USC team to study the regeneration of lung cells.
Think fast: Your CPR response could mean the difference between recovery or a coma, or worse
USC-led study shows that bystander CPR is associated with favorable neurological survival for drowning victims in cardiac arrest.
Fruit and veggies rich in potassium may be key to lowering blood pressure
New study by Keck School of Medicine of USC researcher links increased dietary potassium with lower hypertension.