Center for Translational Research on Environmental Health aims to apply novel team-science approaches to address today’s key pressing environmental health issues and understand the risk factors that continue to drive obesity, type 2 diabetes, metabolic disease and cancer through translational research design.
Tag: Medicine and Health
USC Institute for Addiction Science
Recognizing the outstanding base of addiction experts at USC and that interdisciplinary collaboration among them had historically been underleveraged, IAS was launched in July 2018 under the leadership of Adam Leventhal (IAS Director, Preventive Medicine) and John Clapp (IAS Co-Director, Social Work) with 30 inaugural faculty members across 5 schools. Institute Startup was supported by…
Children’s Data Network
The Children’s Data Network is a data and research collaborative focused on the linkage and analysis of administrative records. In partnership with public agencies, philanthropic funders, and community stakeholders, we seek to generate knowledge and advance evidence-rich policies that will improve the health, safety, and well-being of our children.
California Rights Meds Collaborative
The California Right Meds Collaborative was launched in September 2019 by USC School of Pharmacy and is consortium of health plans, pharmacies, academic and professional organizations in the Southern California region working to deliver high-impact Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) services through a sustainable, value-based payment model.
Center for Neuronal LongevityUSC Ginsburg Institute for Biomedical TherapeuticsCenter for Neuronal Longevity
Director, Mark S. Humayun MD, PhD, devoted his career to developing treatments for eye diseases, after having watched his grandmother lose her vision to diabetes. But discovering cures for vision loss is no easy feat, as visual processing involves both the complex machinery of the eye, and approximately 30% of the cerebral cortex of the…
Department of Animal Resources
The Department of Animal Resources (DAR) is the university-wide department that provides animal procurement, daily animal care, animal health care, and scientific support for USC programs using animals in research and teaching. The Executive Director of DAR serves as the Attending Veterinarian for USC and reports directly to the Vice President of Research, who serves…
USC Center for Elder Justice
The USC Center for Elder Justice will bring together the existing and wide-ranging elder mistreatment expertise at USC—in medicine, gerontology, health services, psychology, and policy—as well as encourage new partnerships in biology, genetics, biodemography, economics, law, neuroscience, allied health, biostatistics, and social work. The Center will enable USC students of all levels to participate in…
USC-Buck Nathan Shock Center
The USC-Buck Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Biology of Aging is a fully integrated multi-institutional center focused on training the next generation of geroscientists and providing access to cutting edge geroscience technologies to investigators across the nation. The USC-Buck NSC is devoted to forging a deeper understanding of how and why aging processes…
Ney Center for Healthspan Science
The Ney Center for Healthspan science is designed to be a hub of multidisciplinary exploration into the biological, demographic and psychosocial aspects of aging. It leverages the school’s uniquely wide-ranging expertise in investigating the science of aging and implementing innovations to help people live with purpose, safety and security.
Center for Lifespan Health
The Center for Lifespan Health works to create multiple institutional resources to advance lifespan health research, along with various existing nonprofit partners including the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR), and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. The Center facilitates new and innovative convergent approaches…