Vox quoted Jessica Ho on why the real number of COVID-19 deaths may be higher than the government’s official totals. “It‘s possible that emergency response teams, hospitals, and nursing home facilities overburdened with coronavirus have been unable to effectively prevent deaths from other causes they would
Archive: May 2020
Los Angeles Daily News featured Jennifer Ailshire of the USC Leonard Davis School on keeping older adults at assisted living facilities in good health. “Next to medical services, it’s generally agreed upon that daily physical activity and cognitively stimulating social activities are the most important
USC Student Gerontology Association raises funds for Project Angel Food, a nonprofit which cooks and delivers meals to those living with serious illnesses.
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Professor Sean Curran was awarded the 2020 Vincent Cristofalo Rising Star Award in Aging Research from the American Federation for Aging Research.
Galdamez says his years at the Leonard Davis School have provided him with many incredible experiences both inside and outside of the classroom, including opportunities to travel and engage in policymaking and foundation work.
Kelly Norton MAG '20 got an unexpected firsthand experience in caregiving that not only taught her the importance of supporting caregivers but also showcased her strength and dedication.
From working as a resident assistant to leading as the vice president of the USC Student Gerontology Association, Tari Williams has found her experiences at USC to be incredibly impactful in shaping her future career in the gerontology field.
Consumer Affairs featured research from Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on how a combination of fasting and vitamin C could help treat aggressive forms of cancer. “For the first time, we have demonstrated how a completely non-toxic intervention can effectively treat aggressive
Join us for a day of celebration to honor the graduating Class of 2020 on Friday, May 15, 2020.
Catherine Pérez Garcia PhD ’20, a first-generation college student, will continue her research on health disparities in minority populations as assistant professor of sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.