Battling Misinformation and Disinformation: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Digital Age

Virtual Event

The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, in partnership with Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, invites you to join us for “Battling Misinformation and Disinformation: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Digital Age” on Thursday, January 25th at 9:00am PST/6:00pm CET. Technology, social media, and digital health interventions have the potential to play positive and ... Read more

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Grand Rounds in Population and Public Health Sciences with Prabhat Jha, MD, DPhil

Soto Street Building (SSB), 115/116 +1 more

Open to the USC community and general public The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences, in partnership with the USC Institute for Addiction Science, the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, and the USC Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research, presents: "Death and Taxes: A Global and U.S. Perspective on the ... Read more

2024 USC Global Health Case Competition

Virtual Event

The annual USC Global Health Case Competition brings together teams of students from all disciplines, and from across the university, to tackle a critical global health challenge. This year the competition will take place virtually on February 23, 2024.   Fourteen days after receiving the case, each team of five students must propose an innovative, ... Read more

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California Consortium for Cancer Health Equity Symposium

HSC Conference Center 2200 Trojan Way, Los Angeles, CA, United States

This symposium will unite experts, researchers, and advocates dedicated to addressing the social drivers of disparities in cancer care delivery and outcomes. Join us for a day of insightful discussions, presentations, and collaboration aimed at advancing cancer health equity. Speakers will include a variety of experts in cancer health disparities and cancer care delivery, from ... Read more

Grand Rounds in Population and Public Health Sciences with Neal Baer, MD

Soto Street Building (SSB), 115/116

The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences presents Grand Rounds in Population and Public Health Sciences with guest speaker Neal Baer, MD. Neal Baer, MD is an award-winning showrunner, television writer/producer, physician, author and a public health advocate and expert. Baer currently serves as Executive Producer and Showrunner of the third season of Designated ... Read more

Grand Rounds in Population and Public Health Sciences with Jocalyn Clark MSc, PhD, FRCPE, FCAHS

Soto Street Building (SSB), 114 1845 N Soto St., Los Angeles, CA, United States

The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences, in partnership with the Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, presents: Improving equity in global health and overcoming the perversity of pandemic publishing: A BMJ (former Lancet) editor's view Guest Speaker: Jocalyn Clark MSc, PhD, FRCPE, FCAHS Jocalyn Clark, MSc, PhD, FRCPE, FCAHS is an award-winning public ... Read more

Putting Environmental Justice into Practice: Connecting Grassroots Activism, Research, and Community Investment

Virtual Event

Please join us on Wednesday, April 3rd  at 12 pm for an action-oriented speaker panel and Q&A bringing together distinguished researchers and grassroots activists for environmental justice. Panelists will explore practical approaches to integrating environmental justice with grassroots activism and scientific research, emphasizing collaborative strategies and digital media approaches for meaningful community investment and sustainable change. Link ... Read more

GPHW2024: The role of AI and communities in national defense: Protecting lives, public health, and healthcare services against crippling attacks in the era of artificial intelligence

It is estimated that most major cities have enough energy and water reserves to meet the necessities of their inhabitants for up to a week following a major power outage, either due to a malicious act or a natural disaster. Although there is a surprising dearth of studies with reliable data, the outlook is similar ... Read more

USC Student Workshop: How Young People Can Share Global Agendas

University Park Campus (UPC) University Park Campus, Los Angeles, CA

Young people often face marginalization, feeling ignored and excluded from key decisions impacting their lives. This is universal, but especially pronounced in conflict settings. Join us to learn how youth worldwide are shifting this narrative by engaging as partners in peace and climate efforts. This workshop is for undergraduate and graduate students of all majors ... Read more

Grand Rounds in Population and Public Health Sciences with Noura Abul-Husn, MD, PhD

Soto Street Building (SSB), 115/116

The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences presents: Genomic Screening and Preventive Health with Noura Abul-Husn, MD, PhD Register Noura Abul-Husn, MD, PhD is the Vice President of Genomic Health at 23andMe. She leads 23andMe’s clinical strategy to integrate consumer genetics into healthcare and provides genomic medicine expertise to direct company-wide health initiatives. In ... Read more