Stories by Steve Linan:
Renowned urologist joins Keck School of Medicine
Gerhard Fuchs is known for his minimally invasive treatment of kidney stones.
For females in film, progress is Frozen
New USC Annenberg study finds women filling less than a third of all speaking roles across six years of film content.
Swimming, biking, running: It’s not easy being an ironman
USC Clinical Exercise Research Center sponsors a determined triathlete.
How do you help children regain control of their bodies?
USC Viterbi’s Terence Sanger uses engineering to assist young people with movement disorders.
Online education at USC leads to opportunities for Venezuelan
Petroleum engineer taps into DEN@Viterbi to access course content and advance his career.
Medical team performs auditory brainstem implant surgery on child
Canadian boy, 3, hears for the first time after the device is activated by Keck Medicine of USC specialists.
New light shed on biology underlying schizophrenia
Genes and pathways identified by the international study could inform new approaches to treatment.
Lisa Leslie heading to Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame
The Trojan Olympian will be formally inducted next summer in Tennessee.
Gill performs first robotic-assisted operation in California with new system
The urologic surgeon uses minimally invasive procedure to remove a prostate.
Goldman cautions policymakers to be sensitive to needs of diabetes patients
Capitol Hill briefing focuses on economics of comprehensive diabetes management.
Unbroken to open on Christmas Day
New trailer chronicles the inspirational story of Trojan Louis Zamperini.
USC has 11 of the world’s most influential scientists
Articles published rank among the top 1 percent most cited for significance in their respective fields.
More ‘fueling’ on the way for student-athletes
Enhanced program will provide more high-protein foods and nutritional requirements.
Alum Robert Garcia elected mayor of Long Beach
Civic responsibility and a love of education drive the city’s top official.
USC to face Alabama in 2016 Cowboys Classic
The season opener in Texas will be the teams’ first meeting since 1985.
War and peace in West Africa
International relations alumna and Peace Corps volunteer Rebecca Braun covers a compelling corner of the world.
A senior who pirouettes between ballet and engineering
Christina Milanes relies on technical artistry in two fields to achieve success.
Follow the moving image
USC School of Cinematic Arts grows as new technology emerges.
Journalists receive grants for health investigations
USC Annenberg awards funding for reports on prostate cancer, pollution and Alzheimer’s.
Energy of business leaders rises, but productivity declines
Latest research from USC Center for Effective Organizations explains the unexpected finding.
Keck School of Medicine of USC alumna celebrates 100th birthday
Masako Miura was one of only two women to graduate from the medical school alongside 45 men in 1941.
Orange County oncology practice joins Keck Medicine of USC
Acquisition is part of a cancer treatment network allowing Orange County patients to see physicians closer to home.
Full health information now available at your fingertips
myUSCchart makes it easier than ever for patients to access a medical record whenever they need it.
Asphalt and digital highways to meet on Route 66
Bruce Forman preps for a two-week road trip set to the tunes of Western bebop.
A lifelong fascination with dinosaurs
Grad student focuses on the evolution of a USC biology program.
Field placement helps MSW student take advocacy skills back to native El Salvador
USC graduate sows the seeds of community outreach, establishing a nonprofit organization in her home country.
Nikias elected to two-year term as APRU chairman
From public health to sustainability, USC leader will lead discussions on Pacific Rim policy issues.
USC Price undergrads set sights on Detroit’s revival
Students specializing in land use, transit, policy and social innovation take on a big task — urban revitalization in Michigan.
New device could transform wireless charging
Co-created by a USC Viterbi alum, the ARK could change the way consumers charge their cellphones.
USC Racing is on the right track
Engineering team competes in four key events at Nebraska’s Formula SAE Lincoln.
Virtual humans inspire patients to open up, USC study suggests
The research holds promise for people with mental health issues, social psychologist says.
Future leaders explore energy at a unique summer camp
USC students help high schoolers learn everything they want to know about science and engineering.
Amanda Silver finds golden opportunity in Apes reboot
Cinematic arts’ alumna co-writes and produces Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Manuel Pastor raises awareness of local poverty levels
Sociology professor outlines the economic drawbacks of the county’s racial disparities.
Trojan Marching Band sets sail for its annual Catalina jaunt
The band will perform for the 25th consecutive year on the streets of Avalon.