Doctoral candidate Sydney O’Connor’s research seeks to answer lingering questions about how sleep habits affect children’s diets, eating behaviors and obesity risk. In this Q&A learn more about her interests and work as part of USC’s health behavior research PhD program.
Hayley Sayrs is a Master of Public Health student studying public policy at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. She spoke with Larissa Puro in the Department of Preventive Medicine.
Hayley Sayrs, a Master of Public Health student studying public policy at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, traveled to Sacramento with her classmates to witness the interplay between politics and health.
A six-week Los Angeles summer program in USC’s Department of Preventive Medicine will train underrepresented students to explore health issues using quantitative methods June 17 to July 26.
Public Health Sciences at USC is proud to take part in distinguished summer programs offered by Keck School of Medicine.
Muntu Davis, MD, MPH, Los Angeles County health officer, spoke recently at a luncheon for Keck School of Medicine of USC medical students, residents and alumni who also either have earned or are in the process of earning a Master of Public Health degree.
Policy decisions on health care challenges are made at local, state and even international levels.
Students at the Keck School of Medicine of USC do more than learn to be physicians: A group of them got a taste of government policymaking after meeting with state legislators in Sacramento on June 6 and 7. To give students firsthand experience in working with policymakers, Professor of Clinical
Public health experts and people providing humanitarian aid in remote areas are now using drones to deliver medical supplies and monitor potentially dangerous emergency scenes.