Meet Danielle Colayco, PharmD ‘08, MS ‘10, executive director at the Komoto Family Foundation, who turned to an offbeat medium to spread the word about pharmacy’s importance: the coloring book. She'll be distributing it at the L.A. Times Festival of Books on Sunday, April 23.
Funding will support research to advance policies within Medicare Part D to prevent pharmacy closures and promote equitable access to medicines.
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publication highlights USC’s California Right Meds Collaborative, which refers patients to community pharmacists for help in managing medications for chronic diseases.
Serghei Mangul was awarded a five-year, $3,916,730 National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant for his project “Developing robust and scalable genomics tools and databases to analyze immune receptor repertoires across diverse populations.”