Apr 16, 2019
By Mark Hardison PhD ’19 Mark Hardison PhD ’19 Deciding to get a PhD is a big decision; at the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, it is a life-changing…
Apr 8, 2019
Family physician and USC Chan Board of Councilors member to keynote May 10 ceremony
Apr 1, 2019
By Joyce Yoo Velia Lozick at her White Coat Ceremony at the beginning of the program April is Occupational Therapy Month, and part of its celebration includes advocating for our amazing profession. To…
Apr 22, 2019, by Joyce
Tabitha and I with our poster presentation If you had asked me last year, I would have told you that presenting at AOTA was definitely not in my future plans. But here I was with my partner, Tabitha…
Apr 22, 2019, by Serena
USC's OT department went all out at this years annual Festival of Books event on USC's main campus! We had many free educational, stress relieving, and fun-filled activities. We had stations where the…
Apr 17, 2019, by Melissa
One of my goals as an Ambassador has been to increase awareness about occupational therapy. In order to do so, we decided to reach out to high school students, as I often hear that people would have…
USC Chan Magazine
Double Digits: The numbers don’t lie. As of early 2019, Trojan faculty members have together amassed more than $18 million in active, federally funded research grants.
In Prime Time: No practice area has received quite as much attention during the past decade of health reform as primary care. In this exciting new era, Trojans are demonstrating just how valuable occupational therapy services can be for patients, providers and organizations alike.