January 8, 2021
As many of our Master's students have already applied to the OTD Program and some continue to consider their options for next year, five recent alumni from our OTD Program — Ana Sanchez, Elissa…
January 6, 2021
Meet the Trojans looking to make a nationwide difference for the good of the profession.
December 9, 2020
USC's post-professional OTD graduates have traditionally worn cardinal colored gowns at Commencement. (Photo by Amber Morgan) The USC Chan Division has formally initiated the Accreditation Council…
Student Vlog | Caroline at Chan
January 25, 2021
Did you know that you can major in occupational therapy as an undergraduate student at USC? The Chan Division currently offers an accelerated program, known as the Bachelor’s to Master’s Program,…
January 21, 2021
Before beginning my journey as a student in the Entry-Level Master’s program, I remember being extremely overwhelmed. I, therefore, wanted to dedicate this blog to giving incoming students some…
USC Chan Magazine
A Science of Hope >
How our audacious community of scholars created occupational science.
To Be More Precise >
How sonographic imaging can advance rehabilitation of surgically repaired hand tendons.
A Real Stand-Up Guy >
With the help of Keck Hospital of USC occupational therapists, comedian Eddie Barojas is getting back to joking around.
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New Study Probes the Sensory Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure >
Researchers have known for decades that babies born to mothers who drank heavily while pregnant have differences in brain function. Now, an innovative new study will test their sensory processing.
Designing Tomorrow’s Workstation, Today >
Interdisciplinary team funded by the National Science Foundation is using artificial intelligence in search of healthier ways to work.
More Than a Gut Feeling >
With Department of Defense grant, USC and UCLA researchers to explore gastrointestinal bacteria’s role in autism.
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