USC Dornsife researcher Peter Kuhn discusses his breakthrough breast cancer detection test, which could potentially upend how we diagnose many types of cancer.
The USC Dornsife professor (research) of quantitative and computational biology is recognized for “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.”
Findings by scientists at USC Dornsife using cryogenic electron microscopy could lead to answers for neurological disorders from anxiety to schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease to autism spectrum disorder.
Scientists and representatives from USC, Amgen, Thermo Fisher Scientific and noteworthy academic institutions gather at the cryo-EM facility’s home in the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
USC Dornsife’s Peter Kuhn and John Carpten of Keck School of Medicine of USC will serve in the research effort aimed at reducing the national cancer death rate by 50% over the next 25 years. [1 min read]
Fish that glow; a tailor-made microscope; a new way to catalog science. After six years, researchers produce the first snapshots of memory in a living animal. [4¼ min read]
A study by USC Dornsife researchers finds that the order of symptoms in the first wave of COVID-19 varied among virus strains. [2¼ min read]
In a study in Nature, researchers led by USC Dornsife’s Vsevolod Katritch demonstrate a virtual method of sifting through “molecular puzzle pieces” to build compounds that match drug targets on proteins. [6 min read]
The alliance between the university and the analytical laboratory instrument manufacturer, begun in 2018, builds on successes and expands to include new opportunities for scientific progress. [3¾ min read]