USC and UCLA scientists collaborated on a research project for L.A. homeless service officials to address issues with racial bias within the triage tools that guide housing placement. The use of A.I. could help more people exit homelessness.
Two stories dominated Alzheimer's news this year: The FDA's approval of Leqembi, the first drug to slow progression of the disease, and a surprising study showing that mild cognitive impairment is wildly underdiagnosed. USC researchers are available to discuss.
Two new USC Dornsife studies suggest that of the 8 million Americans who have MCI, more than 90% don’t know it — an especially worrisome finding since early diagnosis is key to delaying onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Mental Health GPS, a data-driven and peer-run service co-developed by researchers at USC, helps callers find the care they need and averts crisis.
New USC Price School research shows how shutdowns hamper policy implementation, damage morale and cause employee turnover.
Researchers at USC used machine learning to explore the links between sedentary behavior and dementia, finding that the total time spent sedentary matters for brain aging.
GREEN WEEK: USC experts discuss the profound effects of the climate crisis on human health and well-being.
USC researchers harness the ability of AI-powered decision making as part of a broader effort to use scarce data more effectively.