Stories by Laura Sturza:
Quality counts in upcoming USC School of Pharmacy program
A master’s degree in health care quality control will be available next spring.
Regulatory Science students visit Bay Area manufacturers
The USC School of Pharmacy’s Regulatory Science students this summer toured two of the San Francisco Bay Area’s major pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
USC pharmacy program targets drug development
If you’ve ever had sticker shock at the pharmacy, you may have wondered why the price was higher than a pair of tickets to a Trojan football game.
Pharmacy students believe in quality control
Students in the Regulatory Science program at the USC School of Pharmacy donned gear designed to ensure quality control on a recent field trip.
Squeezing More Activities Into a Busy Day
While many people harbor a secret hope to magically stretch their daily schedules to fit in more exercise, reading or even napping, licensed occupational therapist Camille Dieterle has ideas for making such wishes come true.