Professor Chris Powers has been named associate chair of the division, taking on the role from colleague Cheryl Resnik who stepped down last fall.
Their endeavor aims to better understand urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome, which affects more than 10 million Americans.
The show follows the journey of young women as they learn about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers in the real world by immersing themselves in it with the help of leading female innovators.
USC researcher to investigate how exercise impacts cognitive function in women with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy.
Assistant Professor Christina Dieli-Conwright awarded $4M grant to investigate whether exercise improves prognosis for survivors of breast cancer. BY YASMINE PEZESHKPOUR MCM ’16 October 16,… Read more »
Finley awarded NIH grant to better understand walking rehabilitation for survivors of stroke. BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 September 28, 2018 Every 40 seconds, someone… Read more »
A new American Cancer Society grant will fund year-long exercise study to take place at the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. BY KATHARINE… Read more »
Fisher recognized with John H.P. Maley Lecture Award Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy Beth Fisher MS ’80, PhD ’00 has earned the John H.P. Maley Lecture Award,… Read more »
BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 Professor Carolee Winstein was honored with the 2018 John P. Maley Award, the highest distinction awarded by the American Physical… Read more »
BY YASMINE PEZESHKPOUR MCM ’16 USC Professor Francisco Valero-Cuevas will be awarded an honorary degree later this spring from his alma mater Swarthmore College for… Read more »