- 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!
Elaine Huang, who graduates with a bachelor’s in human biology and master’s in global medicine through a progressive degree program, led the student orchestra through the COVID-19 pandemic as it
Graduate students in Public Health and Social Work team up to help L.A. County with contact tracing and vaccination surveys.
By Cristine Hall When Nathan Dhablania traveled to Panama with Floating Doctors in the spring of his junior year, he noticed that many health disparities abroad existed right here in
By Cristine Hall The coronavirus pandemic has revealed longstanding inequities in the nation’s public health system. But it also has spotlighted the importance of public health programs, which have seen
The university strongly recommends that students, faculty and staff delay travel and stay close to home to protect themselves and others from the virus, even if vaccinated.
By Ron Mackovich Traffic on Flower Street has been thicker than normal as cars queue up to enter the parking garage near the southeast corner of USC’s University Park Campus,