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As the USC School of Pharmacy’s first resident in the new postgraduate year 1 program in managed care, Vickie Pon has seen how pharmacists can play an integral role in health care settings.
A new book edited by James Adams, associate professor at the USC School of Pharmacy, provides an explanation of the scientific basis for traditional Chinese medicine.
The USC School of Pharmacy’s chapter of the Academy of Student Pharmacists took home the National Patient Care Award.
Local senior citizens and USC School of Pharmacy students put on their dancing shoes on April 6 for the seventh annual Senior Prom event held at the St. Barnabas Senior Center in Los Angeles.
Amanda Wong, a third-year doctoral student at the USC School of Pharmacy, has found new ways to meet the needs of blind and visually impaired patients.
Bangyan Stiles, associate professor at the USC School of Pharmacy, has been awarded a five-year grant to look at a novel approach to understanding the tumor formation process.
In many ways, a scientist’s search for the right compound to target the right cells in the body is a game of numbers.
Pharmacy organization leaders from across the country recently worked toward a national action plan for integrating pharmacists into current and evolving health care delivery models.
When Fred Weissman’s son was in pharmacy school in the 1990s, he complained about the dullness of the law portion of his studies.
Joy Wang, USC Doctor of Pharmacy student and Albert Schweitzer Fellow, is working to become a pharmacist who does more than dispense prescribed medications.