This year’s TAG awards total $250,000 and will fund five projects in life sciences and physical sciences across a diverse range of fields at four USC schools: Dornsife, Keck, Pharmacy, and Viterbi.
The Stevens Center recently received a private donation from a USC alumna specifically to support the Technology Advancement Grants (TAG) program. Diane Kneis made the donation in her daughter, Christina Kneis's, name. Christina earned a BS in mechanical engineering from Viterbi.
Ho Sung Kim, asst. professor of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, received a TAG award for his project to make diagnosing sleep apnea easier using a portable in-home device.
The 2020 TAG awards total $150,000 and will fund three projects across a diverse range of fields at three USC schools: Keck School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, and Viterbi School of Engineering.