David Agus

Author; Professor of Medicine and Engineering; Founding Director; CEO of the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine, University of Southern California

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USC’s Dr. David Agus describes how new advances in the fight against COVID are inspiring a new generation of scientists and doctors, and rapidly changing the way medicine is practiced.

How the pandemic is driving new ways to diagnose and treat disease

USC’s Dr. David Agus describes how new advances in the fight against COVID are inspiring a new generation of scientists and doctors, and rapidly changing the way medicine is practiced.

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