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A Day in the Life: MD./Ph.D Student

by Varun Awasti MD/PhD degrees can be obtained through dual-degree programs offered at various allopathic medical schools throughout the United States. Having both degrees allows one to conduct in-depth scientific…

A Day in the Life: Ph.D Student

by Sana Azam Caroline Johnson, an aspiring neuroscientist, starts her day like any other person: with a cup of coffee and playing with her furry feline. Like many other commuters,…

An Interview with Dr. Elina Baksina

by Erika Baral Q: How did you become interested in becoming a pharmacist? A: In high school I wanted a career that was people-oriented and I was very interested in…

SoCal Lazarex: A New Approach to Cancer Funding

by Audrey Chai The Lazarex Cancer Foundation focuses around a simple idea regarding cancer treatment: the size of someone’s checkbook should not determine the type of treatment they receive. Dana…

Wireless Health Technology

by Manu Gandham If you’ve ever seen someone wearing Google Glass, or a Nike Fuelband, or the Pebble Smartwatch, then you’ve witnessed the beginnings of wearable technology. As devices get…

Smallpox Eradicated: What’s Next?

by Aline Hesse The eradication of smallpox is considered one of the greatest achievements in the field of public health. Despite initial skepticism following a failed attempt to eradicate malaria…

A Student’s Guide to Finding Research

by Lu Tian The World Health Organization’s recent designation of air pollution as the leading environmental cause of cancer has brought attention to the detrimental effects environmental conditions can have…

Technological Telepathy

by Sucharita Yellapragada The idea of mind control has been depicted in movies for many decades. From The Matrix in 1999 to Inception in 2010, this concept of the ability…

Directed Research: Going Beyond the Classroom

by Dalton Banh Research experience is becoming a more common extra-curricular  activity among medical school applicants today. At USC, many pre-health students work under faculty members as research assistants, many…

Clinical Research: Dr. Reef Karim

by Morgan Cheeks and Vatcharee Benjauthrit Myocardial infarction.  Automated external defibrillator.  Skin grafting, pacemakers, and shunts galore.  Television has introduced the general population to an increasingly diverse range of medical vocabulary. …

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