USC In The News

USC In the News 11/06/2018

Becker's Hospital Review featured a Q&A with Timothy Malseed, chief  information officer for Keck Medicine of USC. Malseed discussed how technology can help improve patient medical access and experience. He also offered his advice for motivating teams and establishing improved service outcomes.

ABS-CBN News featured research by Jessica Barrington-Trimis of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and colleagues on why e-cigarettes aren't likely to keep kids away from traditional cigarettes. Researchers surveyed 6,258 high schoolers in Southern California and Connecticut about their vaping and smoking usage in the initial phase of the study. "The findings show that e-cigs do nothing to deter the amount of combustible smoking in youth," Barrington-Trimis said.

USA Today quoted USC professor emerita Judy Muller on the future of Megyn Kelly.

Los Angeles Times quoted Tim Page of the USC Annenberg School and USC Thornton School on opera singer Maria Callas.

LAist quoted Alyssa Quimby of the Keck School of Medicine of USC in a story on fibroids.

New Zealand Herald quoted Robert Shrum of USC's Center for the Political Future on Texas Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke.

KPCC-FM's "Take Two" interviewed Mindy Romero of the USC Price School on the midterm election.

Pharmacy Today quoted Michael Hochman of the Keck School of Medicine of USC on the role of pharmacists.

The Washington Post mentioned a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll on the 2016 presidential election.

Los Angeles Times mentioned a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll showing that Gavin Newsom dominated the Bay Area and Los Angeles County in mid-October.

Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Steven Ross of the USC Dornsife College on Nazi violence against Jews in 1938.

Bustle mentioned a 2017 USC study that found links between air pollution and dementia in older women.

ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV mentioned that USC workers joined other agencies to promote traffic safety awareness.

Entrepreneur mentioned research by Antonio Damasio of the USC Dornsife College on emotion.

PBS affiliate KQED-TV mentioned a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll showing that Proposition 6 is a dead heat.

Medium published an op-ed by Travis Longcore of the USC Dornsife College on Propositon 7.

Hartford Courant mentioned that representatives of USC Shoah Foundation will teach a class for Connecticut educators on the Holocaust.

KPCC-FM mentioned a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Time poll regarding Kevin de Leon's key to beating Dianne Feinstein in California's Senate race.

William & Mary noted that a former USC professor laid the groundwork for what would become the digital image formats JPEG and MPEG in 1973.