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.
A new USC Dornsife study reveals that 90% of school-age children are engaged in educational activities at home, but challenges could be ahead.
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.
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.
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.
USC Marshall Business Communication professors give research-backed tips for successful remote communications.
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.
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.
New research from USC Marshall and UC Riverside suggests that four predictors influenced governors’ decisions to shut down their states.
USC and L.A. County Department of Public Health officials have released the preliminary results of their antibody tests.