Growing up in Nigeria, Omonefe “Nefe” Omofuma studied pharmacy as an undergraduate at Olabisi Onabanjo University. It was during her internship at a federal teaching hospital that she observed the complexities and peculiarities that influenced survival outcomes for patients battling
Associate professors Andrew Kaczynski (health promotion, education, and behavior) and Susan Steck (epidemiology and biostatistics) have been selected by the USC Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) to receive a brand new award. The Distinguished Research Service Award
Susan Steck, associate professor epidemiology and biostatistics, has received the Outstanding Dietitian of the Year Award from the South Carolina Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Columbia-Midlands Dietetic Association. She was honored at the Academy’s 48th annual meeting in
Johnie Hodge knows he wants a career focused on medical research. He also knows the importance of having access to patients. The solution – dual degrees from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Hodge finished the first two
Associate professors Susan Steck (epidemiology and biostatistics) and Angela Murphy (School of Medicine) have been awarded a $405,000 grant from Susan G. Komen. The award is one of 98 new research grants to receive $30.7 million collectively from the breast cancer organization in 2017, and it is one of nine awards focusing on disparities in breast cancer outcomes (see press release for additional information).