The Pacific Asia Museum hosts a collection of over 15,000 objects, spanning more than five thousand years, that include rare examples of art and ethnographic objects from Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The Visions and Voices Initiative emphasizes USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. Check out the spectacular array of events conceived and organized by faculty and schools throughout the university.
The Trojan Family Room in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center comes alive every Thursday at noon in the concert series featuring the immense musical talents of USC.
Music selections especially appropriate to the wee hours, with calendars of events up and down the state. Hosted by Blake Lawrence and Robin Pressman.
An exhibition of migrant artifacts by Arizona artists Antonia Gallegos and Valarie James.
A lecture from Peter Kuhn, PhD: Time as the Fourth Dimension of Cancer Complexity Tumor heterogeneity is the result of both genomic instabilities and mircoenvironmental adaptations under both natural evolution of the disease and treatment pressures. Heterogeneity is mostly evaluated at the cellular level considering the individual cell as the biological unit. We have established a framework of single cell analyses that can integrate high content data at the phenotypic and genotypic level. The number of biological units/single cells analyzed provides the measure of resolution of the quantified heterogeneity. The high-content analysis utilizes the high-definition circulating tumor cell (HD-CTC) assay, which provides for an enrichment-free approach to identify and characterize rare cells. We utilized the HD-CTC assay to study protein biomarker expression combined with single-nucleus sequencing for genome-wide analysis of copy number variation (CNV) in fluid and solid biopsies with sequential sampling over the course of disease evolution. Standardized sample preparation methods that enables quantitative comparisons of multiple specimen types both intra- and inter-patient as well as along the timeline of cancer evolution.
Drawn to Language features five artists whose artwork captures the interaction of visual art and language.
This is a list of items the organization needs Individual bags of chips; fresh fruit (apples); bottled water (small & large); individual mustard & mayonnaise packets; individually wrapped treats (like cookies); 110# ground coffee, sugar packets; USED CLOTHING; hygiene items (shampoos, conditioner, soap, deodorant, tooth brushes, tooth pastes, socks); new or like-new stuffed animals for little kids.