- 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!
Study examines testing impacts
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.
Coping with COVID: Thanks to omicron, 2022 is off to a painful start
Disruption fatigue, emotional exhaustion and skepticism about public health information are making a bad thing worse, USC experts note. Coping skills and safety measures are critical.
Can schoolchildren be tested regularly for COVID? USC study explores challenges
By Cristine Hall Can schools handle the challenge of testing all students and staff for COVID-19? It depends on which stakeholder you ask. A group of USC researchers conducted
Year in review: COVID adds urgency to addressing inequalities in global health
USC’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health releases its third annual report.
In USC labs, another year of groundbreaking discoveries
✌ Year in review: Whether they’re working with patients, test tubes or massive databases, USC scientists continue to push the envelope with discoveries that are literally changing people’s lives.
How USC alumni led Pasadena to one of California’s highest COVID vaccination rates
Five Trojan public health experts share their personal stories about facing down a global health crisis.