The COVID-19 pandemic is one of great public health importance. We're working to help our local community and those with whom we're currently engaged to help with testing and resource allocation and understanding mental health impacts.

There is an urgent need for disciplined, automated, data-driven approaches for coordinating COVID-19 treatment resources.

Testing is a primary tool in the helping to contain the spread of COVID-19, but how can we ensure equitable access to testing sites? This same approach can be applied to vaccine distribution.

How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted housing and service prioritization for persons experiencing homelessness?

Young Veterans and Mental Health

Jordan Davis

Bistra Dilkina

Eric Rice

Phebe Vayanos

Zumberge Epidemic & Virus Related Research and Development Grant

Keck School of Medicine Research Funding for COVID-19

We are looking for additional funders for our COVID-19 related projects.  If interested in supporting our work, please contact us at usccais@usc.edu.

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