Dr. C. Benson Kuo and his team are documenting the evolving regulatory landscape in China!
An enthusiastic RegSC team, led by current officers Annie Ly (President), Sukhmani Kaur (Vice President), Advaita Chandramohan (Secretary) and Annie Xie (Treasurer) was on-hand at the Fair to greet interested students and answer questions about how to get involved.
In July 2019 KIHMI held a social well-being day in Algarrobo, Colombia. KIHMI staff and volunteers worked alongside local universities, foundations, government agencies, volunteer medical personnel, and community leaders
On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, Drs. Richmomd and Kuo welcomed and hosted the visit of Dr. Shi-Wen LIN, Assistant Professor and Associate Director, Department of Pharmacy, National Taiwan University, Hospital. Dr. Lin represented Dean Shen, visiting USC to strengthen the clinical pharmacy collaboration with USC and to build and foster relationships between NTU School of […]
A delegation from School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology at Tianjin University visited the Reg Sci program on Monday, August 26. Drs. Pacifici and Kuo received and welcomed Prof. Youcai Zhang, Department Head of Pharmacology and Toxicology and Associate Dean Yan Zhou of the School, coming to strengthen the tight between two institutes and explore […]
Moving Targets 2019 was held on August 23rd at the USC Hotel. The one-day research symposium focused on applications, specifically the emerging role of artificial intelligence, for big data analysis to improve various aspects of medicine, from drug development to healthcare. Several Regulatory Science researchers presented at Moving Targets.
On Wednesday, August 7, 2019, Reg Sci welcomed the incoming class of certificate and Master’s students. Nearly 40 onsite and distance students participated in orientation ahead of their first class on August 17th. We wish our future USC alums the very best!
Summerfest 2019 ended on August 2, 2019. The program concluded with five remarkable group presentations. Each group was comprised of ten students with at least one member representing China, Korea, India, and Taiwan.