At the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), preliminary results of the A4 Study will be presented by the project director, Dr. Reisa Sperling of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Sperling and Dr. Paul Aisen of the Keck School of Medicine of USC are the principal investigators on the study.
“We are thrilled to welcome Trudy and Kevin to the USC Thornton faculty,” said Robert Cutietta, Dean of the USC Thornton School of Music. “They are both unquestioned leaders in their fields, and their expertise will be an incredible addition to the Music Industry program.”
Are children who spend lots of time using digital devices prone to psychiatric problems? A team of USC scientists says yes in a new study that appears today in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Researchers find that, even after accounting for religious belief, the association between political leanings and a sense of purpose is strong.
Comic-Con has grown from being about the comic book art form to being one of the main (if not the main) purveyor of pop culture. From movie premieres and sneak peeks to panels of stars promoting their latest on television or streaming video – if it is important in pop culture, it is happening at […]
What will this mean for the make-up of the Supreme Court? How will upcoming cases be affected? What are the implications short-term and long-term for constitutional law and a wide variety of rights? Experts at USC are available before and after the nominee announcement today.
With Scott Pruitt under fire for possible ethical violations and the roll-back of many foundational rules of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) while head of the agency, Pruitt’s resignation is not a surprise for many pundits. But what does this mean for the EPA, what is Pruitt’s legacy and what is the future for the environment? USC experts have their take on these questions and more.
USC researchers have discovered transfer of vital genetic information within a cell isn’t the one-way telegraph once thought, opening new pathways for understanding human disease and developing potential treatments, a new study shows.
Professors – who are former SCOTUS clerks – available for interviews about Justice Kennedy’s retirement, legacy
Sam Erman and Orin Kerr from the USC Gould School of Law both clerked for retiring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Both are available to speak about Kennedy’s career.