COVID-19 Research Continuity
This page provides guidelines for conducting safe, cautious, and phased USC research activities during COVID-19. For daily information about COVID-19 at USC, please look at the COVID-19 Dashboard first.
As of March 23 from Office of the Provost: We are currently in Phase 3, while continuing to adhere to physical distancing, PPE, and testing guidelines. Community and field‐based research is now allowed if it goes through approval (learn more).
Guidelines, campus access, visitors, physical distancing, PPE, reporting non-compliance, travel and contact information.
Human subject research conducted at USC facilities.
Lab‐based research across USC campuses defined by shared spaces, equipment, and other infrastructure.
Research conducted with archives and libraries or in community settings with human subjects.
Research involving computers and research occurring in computational laboratories.
Research in the field and at community research sites.
Research that includes direct in-person interaction with participants.
COVID-19 projects from USC faculty and scientists.
Institutional and agency responses to COVID-19.
Federal, non-federal and internal funding opportunities.
Human data studies, datasets, computing resources, USC core facilities, and PPE.
Upcoming webinars, expert-led discussions and online events.