Dr. Pacifici’s trip to Colombia

El Dificil, Colombia. Professors Eunjoo Pacifici and Naomi Florea participated in the “International Grand Health Brigade for Those Affected by Huntington’s Disease (HD)” in partnership with Factor-H and local patient advocacy organizations. A multinational team of physicians, scientists, pharmacists, and social workers collaborated to provide care to members of HD affected families from rural communities.

University of Shanghai delegation visit

Dr. Frances Richmond and former USC School of Pharmacy Dean, Dr. Chan (to her left) and USC alum join a delegation of Chinese financial consultants including Dr. Yun-Zhang Cheng, Dean at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (front, left).

Dr. Davies attends the annual Zach Hall Lecture

The November 18th symposium, which was sponsored by the Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute at the Keck School of Medicine of USC focused on substance abuse.  Dr. Davies is pictured here with his colleague,  Dr. Yousef Tizabi of Howard University, College of Medicine.

Boot Camp Course Gives an Inside Look at FDA Inspections

The latest in an ongoing series of lectures and workshops about the complex world of FDA regulations shows researchers how to keep studies on track while ensuring their data make the grade. Read the full article here, complete with a video interview of our own Dr. Eunjoo Pacifici:

Prospective Students — Meet us at a Fall Graduate Fair

If you’re thinking about joining one of our graduate programs and want to meet with us to learn more, please visit us at an upcoming graduate fair. Look for us at: UC Davis on Thursday, October 20 from noon to 4 pm UCLA on Monday, October 24 from 11 am to 3 pm UC Riverside on Wednesday, […]

FDA Quality Leadership Network Lecture Series

USC Regulatory Science will join  the US FDA other local regulatory policy graduate programs on Friday, October 21, 2016 in hosting a QLN_Lecture_Series workshop on best practices in medical devices.  Registration is required for all attendees.  Space is limited.