Stories by Ian Gregor:
New center turns up the volume on voice disorder treatments
Helping Medical Students to Learn to Let Go
Workshop aims to prepare future physicians for end-of-life issues.
Ophthalmology Department’s Founders Had Vision
Salutatorian: Allison Marie Martinez
Nursing student named 1999 co-salutatorian
Student volunteers offer helping hands to patients in rural Mexico
Physical therapists travel to a town where therapy is unheard of.
Keith Administration Building doubles as faculty art gallery
$1.4 Million Grant to Examine Selenium
Diving event to help raise money for USC’s hyperbaric chamber
$7 million USC study delves into causes, prevention of cancer
Annual Stephens Lecture to Address Doctors’ Empathy
Federal Research Council formed to better poise USC for funding
Hindsight shows department’s founders had vision: USC ophthalmology celebrates its 25th anniversary
Annual Stephens Lecture to address doctors’ empathy
Foundation offers USC chance at $3 million award
Neurology Professor Receives NIH MERIT Award
Valerie Askanas joins an elite group.
After years of hard work, medical students meet their match
Harry C.H. Fang, 74, former director of neurological sciences at Rancho Los Amigos
USC study examines selenium as potential prostate cancer inhibitor
Department of Public Safety warns of suspected thief targeting HSC offices
Neurology professor awarded prestigious NIH MERIT award
Michael Siegel named president of American College of Nuclear Medicine
Cancer Care at the Senior Level
Now there is a way for senior citizens to get coordinated treatment for all of their health care needs.