USC’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health releases its third annual report.
Lack of access to affordable, nutritious food puts those with chronic liver disease at higher risk of death
COVID safety precautions a doctor, a respiratory therapist and a nurse are taking this holiday season
✌ 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.
Volunteers in the Good2Go club deliver groceries each week to those unable to make it to a food bank.
Five Trojan public health experts share their personal stories about facing down a global health crisis.
Megan Herting, PhD, discusses how where children grow up can impact their brain development in an episode of the podcast, "Environmental Health Chat," hosted by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.Herting, an assistant professor in the department...
What is the exposome? 3 reasons why USC scientists care about this new field of research—and why you should too
By Sarah RockLeading experts in the fields of data science, environmental epidemiology and translational research recently held a workshop to discuss the future direction of a relatively new area of research known as the exposome.The concept of the exposome was first...