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The magazine of the USC Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is published twice yearly and is free to alumni and friends of the division. Please send all changes of address, letters and correspondence to:

USC Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
1540 Alcazar St. CHP 133
Los Angeles, CA 90089-9003

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Current Issue

A Head for Business: Meet six alumni who’ve combined their expert clinical skills with an intrepid entrepreneurial spirit to blaze their own trails.

Going the Distance: It’s been five years since a magnitude-7.0 quake devastated Haiti, but USC Chan alumna Karly Streisfeld is as dedicated as ever — even competing on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior — to help shine a spotlight on the island nation’s continued need for aid.

Picturing Prevention: Using sonographic imaging, assistant professor Shawn Roll and his research team seek to detect the earliest signs of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Click below to view a PDF of the USC Chan magazine.

Previous Issues

10 Years in Africa: USC Chan Celebrates a Decade of Improving the Lives of Ghanaian Children with Disabilities – Spring 2015

Investing in the Future: USC Trustee Ronnie C. Chan and Wife Barbara Make History with Transformative Gift – Fall 2014

120 Pounds Lighter: Lifestyle Redesign Success Story – Spring 2014

Half Century Salute: Reminiscing with the Greatest Generation – Fall 2013

The Campaign for USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy – Spring 2013

70th Anniversary of USC Occupational Therapy – Fall 2012

23rd Occupational Science Symposium Focuses on Autism in Everyday Life – Spring 2012

Party of 5: After a Year-Long Search, Meet the Division’s Five New Research Faculty Members – Fall 2011

Pixel Power: 7 Trojans Leading the Way to the AOTA Centennial Vision – Spring 2011

Mirror, Mirror: What a USC Neuroscientist Hopes to Discover About the Brain for Stroke Rehabilitation – Fall 2010

22nd Occupational Science Symposium Highlights Rich Diversity of Research within the Division – Spring 2010

Division Assistant Professor to Conduct Ethnographic Study of Pathways to Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis – Fall 2009

Dr. Florence Clark Elected President of AOTA; Two USC Students Elected Officers of Assembly of Student Delegates – Spring 2009

The Division Is Awarded Grant to Study Lifestyle Redesign® Intervention for People with Spinal Cord Injury – Fall 2008

USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Students Create “Occupational Extravaganza” – Spring 2008

The Division Initiates Slowing Down in the Fast New World as Part of USC’s Visions and Voices Series – Fall 2007

The Division Celebrates 65 Years of Academic Excellence and Leadership in Research – Spring 2007

USC’s Top-Ranked Departments of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy and Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy to Align with School of Dentistry – Fall 2006

Trojan League of Orange County “Shows Some Moves” to Raise Funds for USC OS/OT – Spring 2006

The Division is Awarded Two Multi-Year Government-Funded Research Grants – Fall 2005

USC/Rancho Study Explores Links Between Lifestyle and Pressure Sores for People with Spinal Cord Injuries – Spring 2005

School-based Grant Funding Focuses on Evidence-based Approach – Fall 2004

Department Receives Largest Occupational Therapy NIH Funding – Spring 2004

Faculty Scholarship Research Clusters – Fall 2003

Charting the Future – Spring 2003