Bérénice Benayoun, assistant professor of gerontology and biological sciences, says biologists should not be afraid of big data.
Archive: October 2020
Los Angeles Daily News columnist offers advice inspired by James E. Birren, the first dean of the USC Leonard Davis School, on how to thrive and stay healthy during the pandemic.
The San Diego Union-Tribune cited research from the USC Leonard Davis School on how playing a musical instrument can protect against dementia.
U.S. News & World Report featured research by doctoral students Erfei Zhao and Qiao Wu of the USC Leonard Davis School on how viewers of Fox News were less likely to take preventive measures against COVID-19 compared to CNN viewers. “In a highly partisan environment,
Insider featured research by doctoral students Erfei Zhao and Qiao Wu of the USC Leonard Davis School on how viewers of Fox News were less likely to take preventative measures against COVID-19 compared to CNN viewers. “It’s not about what media they watch, it’s about
Lisa Wong ’89, and her sister, Linda Wong, recently created an endowed research fund dedicated to the biology of aging and a better understanding of the diseases of aging.
Kathleen Gilmore, one of the newest members of the USC Leonard Davis School Board of Councilors, recently helped create a research fund dedicated to the study of the biology of aging.
LA Weekly featured a column written by Instructional Associate Professor of Gerontology George Shannon, about recent challenges faced by family caregivers, and the support required to overcome them.
The Washington Post featured an opinion piece written by alumna Lauren Luchi, MSG, on how we should challenge ageist biases and understand the multigenerational reality that exists in the United States in the midst of the presidential elections.
CNN featured a study by PhD in Gerontology students Erfei Zhao and Qiao Wu that found viewers who trust Fox News coverage more than CNN’s are slightly less likely to take preventative measures against the novel coronavirus and a little more likely to put themselves