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The University of Southern California (USC) is one of the world’s leading private research universities. An anchor institution in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology and international business, USC’s diverse curricular offerings provide extensive opportunities for interdisciplinary study and collaboration with leading researchers in highly advanced learning environments.

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The latest USC research on the impact of music education shows that for adolescents, the benefits appear to boost their wellbeing.
Social platforms have a larger role to play in stopping the spread of misinformation and fake news online, according to a study of more than 2,400 Facebook users.
Research on fungi underway at the University of Kansas and USC has helped transform tough-to-recycle plastic waste from the Pacific Ocean into key components for making pharmaceuticals.
Infants with low birth weight face increased risks of mortality and a multitude of long-term health troubles.
Researchers at USC explored the link between sedentary behavior and risk of dementia, finds that type of activity matters when it comes to brain aging.
Keck School of Medicine of USC researchers conducted the first study that measured U.S. adolescents’ use of a new class of flavored, non-tobacco oral nicotine products.
A new USC study finds that 23% of people infected with COVID will end up having long COVID and identifies predictors of who is likely to develop the sometimes-debilitating symptoms that can last for months.
USC research suggest that willingness to give away money could be linked to the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Research from USC could help explain disparities in age-related health, including the unequal toll of the pandemic, and identify possible points for intervention.
New research co-authored by USC Price visiting scholar Dr. Jevay Grooms in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment shows that older Americans are increasingly seeking treatment for substance use disorder (SUD), and there are alarming racial disparities when it comes to completing treatment programs.