David “Jax” Kelly, a student in the online Master of Public Health program at Keck School of Medicine of USC, is honing his expertise in fostering healthy communities to further his role as a champion and counselor.
For World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, Paul Nash of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology reminds us of the social and medical challenges facing people living with HIV, many of whom are older adults.
The team is advancing a gene therapy approach to control the virus without the need for daily medicines.
Testing will be provided at student health centers on both the University Park and Health Sciences campuses, and is available to undergraduate and graduate students.
USC analysis shows that 15- to 39-year-olds had the best survival of any age group for many years after HIV/AIDS-related cancers are taken into account.
Targeting human proteins may be a more effective treatment than using “HIV cocktails” to maintain health.
Eric Rice needed a better way to identify peer educators, and software was the answer.
USC leads research into link between high inflammation and narrowing of the arteries.
The American Psychological Association taps Suzanne Wenzel to take part in an initiative focusing on HIV/AIDS among vulnerable populations.
Documentary spotlights the growing epidemic among middle-aged and older adults in communities of color.