First large-scale study of mothers shows those who experienced greatest amount of pandemic-related change experienced symptoms of traumatic stress By Hope Hamashige Photo iStock The COVID-19 ... Read More »
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC and Kaiser Permanente Southern California conducted the first individual-level study of air pollution exposure and COVID-19 vaccination. By Zara ... Read More »
Keck School of Medicine of USC researchers used a new analytic approach to study more than 1.5 million deaths across the state of California. By Zara Abrams ... Read More »
NIH program to build diverse health database for research publishes first genomic dataset of 100,000 participants
The All of Us Research Program, which includes Keck School of Medicine of USC, hopes to gather information from one million people to advance health research and medical ... Read More »
$18.5 million in funding from the Cancer Moonshot will help researchers at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center close the gap in our understanding of colorectal cancer in Hispanic ... Read More »
"There’s an analogy to a good public transit system, where stops are convenient so that commuters can get anywhere and everywhere."
Signs of pre-symptomatic stiffening of the arteries were seen in kids with daily exposure to auto emissions, a USC study finds.
L.A.’s legacy of oil drilling impacts lung function in residents living near active and inactive wells
The harm can rival that of secondhand smoke or living next to a freeway, USC researchers say. Map indicates neighborhoods on which the study focused. (USC graphic/Amanda ... Read More »