New Collaboration Aims to Predict New COVID-19 Strains

Researchers from USC and other universities are examining how the COVID-19 genes mutate, which could help create more effective vaccines for the coronavirus.

USC Librarians On Call During COVID-19

Staff scan centuries-old gilded pages and send them to eager faculty and students from behind closed doors at USC Libraries.

Wastewater Surveillance Could Promote Early COVID-19 Detection

USC researchers have received a NSF RAPID grant to track coronavirus spread through wastewater samples.

The Faster the Response, The More Lives Saved

USC researchers assessed the policies and death rates of 60 countries during the first 100 days of the pandemic.

COVID-19 Hits the Disadvantaged Hard

A USC Dornsife survey reveals that people with the least education and lowest pay suffer the most economic insecurity due to COVID-19.

Coronavirus Infections More Widespread Than Expected in L.A. County

A newly published, USC-led study has confirmed that, though many more L.A. County residents had COVID-19 antibodies than previously thought, most people have not been infected.

New Survey Reveals American Beliefs about Coronavirus Infection

A national USC survey reveals that more than 25% of Americans believe they’re in no danger of being infected with COVID-19 in the next three months.

Answering the Call

Class of 2020 USC Viterbi grad Julia Sircar is working with top engineers to find solutions to COVID-19.

Don’t Fence Me In

USC experts explain how a variety of factors are driving extreme lockdown fatigue during the pandemic.

USC Testing Anti-Inflammatory Drug To Treat COVID-19

USC researchers are studying whether the anti-inflammatory drug baricitinib can halt the progress of the virus in an infected patient.