Environmental health researcher Carrie Breton, ScD, associate professor of preventive medicine, has dedicated the last decade to studying how environmental exposures—like air pollution—early in life contribute to the increased risk of disease later in life. In this Q&A learn about her work as part of a maternal and developmental research center.
Health data science is an emerging, in-demand field with promising career opportunities. Dr. Kiros Berhane and Dr. Meredith Franklin give you the scoop on what it is exactly, and where you could end up working.
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.
Join us for a free, public symposium about firearm violence prevention April 25.
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.
An environmental health fellow at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, USC alum Danielle Ramos, MPH ’17, MSW ‘13, is working to bring awareness to the dangers of childhood lead exposure. In a time when government agencies are facing intense scrutiny, United States Environmental Protection Agency workers and scientists continue to fight for public health. […]