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AAAS fellows 2019
Stephen Bradforth, Ewa Deelman, Luis M. Chiappe and Janet Oldak, clockwise from top left, have been selected as fellows of the American Association for Advancement of Science. (Photos/Peter Zhaoyu Zhou, Karen Vaisman, Courtesy of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, Phil Channing)

Four USC professors selected as fellows of renowned scientific society AAAS

The USC scientists join 36 other faculty members as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Faculty symposium: David Armstrong
David Armstrong gives a presentation at the Health Sciences Campus faculty symposium, titled “Eliminating Amputations in People with Diabetes: A Merger of Next-Gen Team, Technology and Tenacity.” (USC Photo/Ricardo Carrasco III)

Research symposiums showcase faculty’s interdisciplinary approach to serving the public good

As part of the inauguration of Carol L. Folt, two faculty symposiums highlight innovations, discoveries and potential solutions to the world’s problems.

HealthScience/Technology
Alzheimer‘s environmental risk factors
USC researchers are looking at the importance of environmental factors in developing Alzheimer's, in particular how they relate to with people who carry genes that increase the risk of Alzheimer‘s disease. (Illustration/iStock)

Scientists propose new approach to Alzheimer’s research to address environmental risks

USC and Duke researchers propose the Alzheimer’s Disease Exposome to address gaps in understanding how environmental factors interact with genetics to increase or reduce risk for the disease.