A review led by Davis School Professor Kelvin Davies has found that a small amount of oxidative stress can actually be good for you.
Faculty at the USC Davis School conduct basic and applied research across multiple disciplines, which provides graduate and postgraduate training in the biological, social, policy and behavioral sciences.
Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto is using the USC funding platform Ignite to support her research on adaptation to oxidative stress in fruit flies.
Learn more about four decades of education, service, and discovery at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and the exciting advances on the horizon.
The study, written by Morgan Levine PhD '15 and USC University Professor and AARP Professor of Gerontology Eileen Crimmins, was published in the Journals of Gerontology, Series A and was featured in the Washington Post.
The Ewald W. Busse Research Award is given once every four years to recognize late junior or mid-career scientists and encourage their continued contributions to aging research.
Popular medical dramas make resuscitation look twice as effective as in real life—and it may influence real patient decisions, according to a new USC Davis study.