USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center

Cancer Center Grand Rounds

Every two weeks on Tuesdays, the USC Norris Grand Rounds Committee, under the leadership of Dr. Yves DeClerck, hosts a Grand Rounds talk. The purpose of the Grand Rounds is to hear about the latest cutting-edge research in oncology. In addition, it creates the opportunity for faculty, post-doctoral trainees, and graduate students to directly interact with the experts in the field and discuss important topics relevant for USC Norris. Invited speakers spend the entire day at USC Norris, meeting with individual faculty members, lunching with trainees, and joining a group meeting with members of one or more USC Norris research programs. The Grand Rounds are usually attended by 100 to 150 participants. Due to COVID-19, Grand Rounds are currently delivered via Zoom-webinars. To find out about upcoming grand rounds, please see below.
Smoke & Mirrors: Uncovering the Role of E-cigarettes in the Public Health of our Youth

April 27, 12-1 pm

Jessica Barrington-Trimis, PhD