Timing of Immune Response to COVID-19 May Contribute to Disease Severity

A new USC study suggests that temporarily suppressing the immune system during the early stages of COVID-19 could help a patient avoid severe symptoms.

COVID-19 Impacts Schooling

A new USC Dornsife study reveals that 90% of school-age children are engaged in educational activities at home, but challenges could be ahead.

National Survey Reveals COVID-19’S Impact on American Life

Conducted by the USC Center for the Digital Future and the Interactive Advertising Bureau,  the survey reveals rapid, unprecedented changes in people’s lives and livelihoods.

COVID-19 Recovery Challenges May Include Financial Hardship

USC Davis School of Gerontology’s Reginald Tucker-Seeley has developed a model for measuring financial hardship that includes stress and coping behaviors as factors.

A Call to Action for Engineers

USC Viterbi leaders, faculty and students played a key role in shaping the National Academy of Engineering’s call to find solutions to problems caused by COVID-19.

How to Communicate Effectively When Working Remotely

USC Marshall Business Communication professors give research-backed tips for successful remote communications.

Keck Receives Grant to Fight COVID-19

Keck School of Medicine of USC researchers will use $4 million in funding for studies to detect, prevent, treat and educate about the new coronavirus.

Scientists Track the Link Between Wildlife and COVID-19

USC researchers in areas like molecular microbiology and computer science agree: how humans treat animals may have played a role in the spread of the coronavirus.

Locked Down: How Governors Chose to Act

New research from USC Marshall and UC Riverside suggests that four predictors influenced governors’ decisions to shut down their states.

Early Test Results Suggest COVID-19 Infections Exceed Confirmed Cases in L.A. County

USC and L.A. County Department of Public Health officials have released the preliminary results of their antibody tests.