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Keck School of Medicine gives back during the pandemic

When Janine Cadet heard about Connect for COVID-19, an organization that collects electronic devices and distributes them to hospitals so people can stay in touch with loved ones ... Read More

Teaching COVID-19: USC students see how virus has affected medicine, public health

Medical students at USC can now count public health as part of their degree training. A new course titled “COVID-19: A 21st Century Pandemic: Will it Lead to ... Read More

How protestors can protect their health

Recently the nation has experienced protests at a scale and duration not seen in decades. The act of protest has always carried risks: Under previous circumstances, demonstrators and ... Read More

The need for human rights in this global pandemic

The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (USC IIGH) has witnessed how harmful COVID-19 is to highly vulnerable populations worldwide, including the elderly, the sick, the poor, ... Read More

Meet the team keeping KSOM running during COVID-19

By late March, the USC Health Sciences Campus had emptied out as students, staff and faculty sheltered at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, it was ... Read More

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