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The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation Opens Shop on USC Health Sciences Campus
Date:10/19/2007

t teaching hospitals, the campus includes three state-of-the-art patient care facilities: the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, USC University Hospital, and Doheny Eye Institute. USC faculty members staff these as well as many other hospitals in Southern California, including the nationally acclaimed Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Because of its outstanding ranking and achievements in research and health care, USC's Health Sciences campus is a focal point for students, patients and scientists from around the world.

About the USC Stevens Institute for Innovation

The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation (http://stevens.usc.edu) is a university-wide resource in the Office of the Provost at the University of Southern California designed to harness and advance the creative thinking and breakthrough research from USC for societal impact. USC Stevens identifies, nurtures, protects, and transfers to the market the most exciting innovations from USC, and in turn, provides a central connection for industry seeking cutting-edge innovations in which to invest. Furthermore, USC Stevens develops the innovator as well as innovations, through educational programs, community-building events, and showcase opportunities. From the biosciences and technology to music and cinematic arts, USC Stevens connects faculty, students, and the business community to create an environment for stimulating and inspiring the process of innovation across all disciplines. USC Stevens was established through a generous $22M naming gift from USC alumnus and trustee Mark A. Stevens, a partner at the legendary Sequoia Capital venture capital firm, and his wife, Mary.

USC Media Contacts:

Elisa Wiefel,

USC Stevens Institute for Innovation

(213) 821-6063

wiefel@usc.edu

Sally Stewart

SA Stewart Communications for USC Stevens

(310) 394-8400


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