- Descriptive epidemiology and disease modeling, including identification of disparities
- Identifying risk factors for infection, disease severity and worse outcomes
- Identifying the impacts of health policies and other relevant policies
- Developing and testing prevention approaches to improve protective behaviors
New COVID-19 Study is Now Recruiting USC Staff, Employees, and Students!
Coronavirus transmissions led to school closures in Los Angeles County and across the country. Now a new study finds that administrators, teachers, parents and students support in-school testing.
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