Roberta Brinton

Professor of molecular pharmacology and toxicology at USC

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Professor of molecular pharmacology and toxicology at USC and director of  USC STAR, a mentoring program for students at Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School in East LA.

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LA Unified has an extraordinary drop-out rate, especially among black and Latino students.  Fewer than half get past the 9th grade.  But the   Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High…

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LA Unified has an extraordinary drop-out rate, especially among black and Latino students.  Fewer than half get past the 9th grade.  But the Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High…

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