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.
On average, African Americans born between 1960 and 1965 have about 300 African and 50 European ancestors dating back to 1619, USC and Stanford researchers say.
The American Life in Real-time project includes numbers from vulnerable and historically underrepresented populations to help improve health care across the board.
Meredith Franklin of the Keck School of Medicine has developed a tool that uses satellite data to help characterize the toxins veterans are exposed to when deployed.
To better process modern mountains of big data, USC’s Joshua Yang creates novel devices called ”memristors“ that use the least amount of energy and physical space possible.
USC Marshall professors played a key role in bringing the university’s Federal Statistical Research Data Center back online.
Their newly designed mathematical method helps choose who to treat first when resources and data are scarce.
Wearable devices track athletes’ every move, helping them train smarter and recover from injury faster.
USC-led international study shows asthma can make young people more susceptible to other health problems later in life.
Researchers show structures, nerve connections and functions in vivid detail as part of the most detailed atlas yet of the brain’s memory bank.