This year, various USC research has shed insight on the subject of vaccines, their importance, and how they can help prevent serious and deadly diseases and illnesses. With the rise of COVID-19 and other illnesses happening today, it’s highly encouraged to stay aware, stay safe, and stay protected. In honor of August being National Immunization Month, below is a reflection of the research that’s taken place at USC to address vaccinations, their development, how to increase their rates, and more:


An easier way to increase COVID booster vaccination rates

New findings on hepatitis C immunity could benefit future vaccine development

A deep dive on the existing low COVID-19 vaccination rates among children 

Machine learning is used to look more into vaccine hesitancy 


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