María Aranda hopes to shine a light on USC’s research as a member of Governor Gavin Newsome’s Task Force on Alzheimer’s Prevention and Preparedness.
As the landscape of dramatic arts changes, USC’s acting, design, technical direction and musical theatre programs evolve along with it.
She joins USC in April from her current post as dean of the University of South Carolina’s College of Social Work.
Megan Fieser of USC Dornsife wants to solve the world’s plastic pollution problem and make it easier to be a woman in science.
Rong Lu of the Keck School of Medicine of USC will use a $550,000 grant from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to continue investigating aggressive and resistant types of leukemia.
Researchers from USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute and USC Dornsife have created a novel platform to standardize paleoclimatology data.
USC Viterbi researchers’ discoveries about sea star locomotion could help scientists design simpler, decentralized systems in robotics and beyond.
Severe lymphedema left Eddie Barojas bedridden—until a team of USC physical therapists, occupational therapists, urologists and wound-care specialists got him back on his feet.
Getting algorithms to perform computations simultaneously, rather than sequentially, is essential for make AI technologies practical for everyday use.
USC researchers have built and tested an AI algorithm that can extract data from a much safer type of brain scan known as pseudo-continuous arterial spin labeling MRI.