USC in the News

January 12, 2022

Keck School of Medicine

  • Business Insider | Medicare proposes limiting coverage of controversial Alzheimer’s drug to people involved in clinical trials | Lon Schneider quoted 
  • U.S. News & World Report via HealthDay | ‘Secondhand Vaping’ May Be Unhealthy — Could Public Bans Be Coming? | Talat Islam research highlighted
  • KFI-AM and Telemundo52 (via City News Service) | USC Study Shows How Air Quality Affects Cognitive Decline | Xinhui Wang research featured


  • ABC7 and Los Angeles Times | As hospitals reel, California tells coronavirus-positive medical workers to stay on the job | LAC +USC mentioned


  • CBS News | Where to find N95 masks amid the COVID-19 Omicron variant surge |  School mentioned
  • City News Service/KFI-AM | UCLA, USC, Chapman University Receive NEH Grants | School mentioned 

USC Annenberg School

  • Forbes | Adapting To The Growth In Single People | Robert Kozinets featured
  • The Wall Street Journal | Op-ed: Should we be scare of Omicron? |  Graduate student Ashley Carnahan featured

USC Dornsife College

  • LAist | For Many Undocumented Communities, Newsom’s Medi-Cal Plan Could Be Life-Changing | USC Dornsife Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration cited
  • The New York Times | Opinion: The Gender Gap Is Taking Us to Unexpected Places | Dennis Chong quoted

USC Institute for Addiction Science

USC Price School

  • LAist | Why Some California Lawmakers Are Pushing For A Multi-Billion Fund To Build More Affordable College Housing | Gary Painter quoted

USC School of Cinematic Arts

  • The Guardian | Sidney Poitier was a defining figure of distinguished Blackness | Todd Boyd featured