Scientists at USC Dornsife and the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience are hoping to spark drug research across the university by hosting a series of workshops starting Friday.
Electronic eyes, robotic arms and exoskeletons? USC experts meld man (and woman) with machine.
An engineer-turned-surgeon advances next-generation tools.
USC physician-scientists look for promising treatments for colorectal cancer on a postage stamp-size chip.
Startup specializes in sensor technology for the first “smart” system seen as a boon for patients.
Early findings show the drug helps build connections between nerve cells. It's not yet available for humans, but it shows potential.
Academic researchers, family members and industry join forces to fight serious diseases. It’s what can happen at a place like the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
Computer scientist creates sleeve embedded with elements that simulate sensations. The device could be a therapeutic tool for people with anxiety.
Cancer researcher and graduating senior Sophie Wix will pursue medical breakthroughs this fall as USC’s first Fulbright scholar to the University of Cambridge and the United Kingdom.
Retired ophthalmologist Allen Ginsburg and his wife, Charlotte, donate $10 million to name the USC Institute for Biomedical Therapeutics.