Los Angeles Times quoted Reginald Tucker-Seeley of the USC Leonard Davis School on how the COVID-19 pandemic is not affecting everyone equally.
For many Americans, the extension or end of social distancing measures may mean the start of another challenging chapter, says Assistant Professor Reggie Tucker-Seeley.
The Scholars and Benefactors Luncheon is an annual event recognizing the donor support that makes scholarships and other important school initiatives possible.
The awards enable USC Leonard Davis faculty members Reginald Tucker-Seeley and Marc Vermulst to study the health impacts of financial hardship and the visualization of cellular processes.
Experts from across USC present the latest science while addressing harmful myths during the 10th annual What’s Hot in Aging Research event.
Eileen Crimmins, Reginald Tucker-Seeley and Caleb Finch are included in a new faculty recognition display of scholarly works at the Amy King Dundon-Berchtold University Club of USC.
Tucker-Seeley, Edward L. Schneider Assistant Professor of Gerontology, spent the past year in Washington, D.C. as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow.
KUT-FM quoted Reginald Tucker-Seeley of the USC Leonard Davis School on racial inequities in government services.
The gift honoring the school’s dean emeritus comes from a matching grant challenge issued by the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund. Reginald Tucker-Seeley is named the inaugural chair holder.
New USC Davis faculty member and 2017-2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow Reginald Tucker-Seeley looks beyond simple income measures to find out how individuals’ finance-related feelings and behaviors affect disparities in physical and mental health.