Mary Rozelle left a longtime career as a dermatology physician assistant because she wanted to achieve a wider impact than is possible by helping just one patient at a time.
For Kristin Reichardt, the COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical need for experienced, passionate and knowledgeable public health professionals.
USC research underscores the fact that prejudice in America’s communities, politics and economic systems is a serious detriment to Black Americans’ health.
Young Latino immigrants have a 40% higher mortality rate than their U.S.-born counterparts, USC research shows.
Vaccination rates lag in counties with more racial and ethnic minority residents, and in places with a higher concentration of people whose English is less fluent, a USC study finds.
Five Trojan public health experts share their personal stories about facing down a global health crisis.
When COVID-19 hit Southern California, Keck Medicine of USC mobilized to protect the hardest-hit, highest-risk communities.
Vaccine hesitancy is about more than misinformation. It’s about emotions, says the director of The Vaccination Confidence Project at a talk hosted by USC.
The Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center received the grant as it celebrates 25 years of research dedicated to reducing diseases caused by environmental exposures.
Just a month after receiving her diploma in May, Jane Lam was at work recruiting epidemiology analysts, research analysts and epidemiologists for L.A. County Department of Public Health.