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COVID-ARC is a data archive that stores multimodal (i.e., demographic information, clinical outcome reports, imaging scans) and longitudinal data related to COVID-19 and provides various statistical and analytic tools for researchers. The National Science Foundation funded project is based in the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine's Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute (INI) Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI). 


COVID-ARC helps address the immediate need to understand the spread and impact of COVID-19 with a platform of networked and centralized archives that store, curate, visualize, and disseminate multimodal data related to the disease. The platform includes patients’ demographics, clinical evaluations, vitals, EKGs, and imaging data, such as CT, X-Ray, PET, ultrasound and MRI.

COVID-ARC data, together with a variety of analytic tools, are shared broadly with the world-wide scientific community. This will help maximize the potential for research progress by uniting scientists from diverse fields, including medicine, public health, and artificial intelligence.


Bravo Biotechnology Pathway (Engineering for Health Academy) students have interned during their senior year for the past two years in the lab, and currently a Bravo Biotech/EHA alumnus is part of the COVID-ARC Project.




During the course of 2020-21, 9th-12th grade healthcare industry career pathway students at Bravo and LAUSD students have participated in informational and interactive live webinars with the COVID-ARC team, learning about their backgrounds, current research and findings, processes and procedures.


Links to the previous webinars:



The Presentation Webinar recorded video link from Friday, May 28 at 1:30 pm:

USC Stevens Institute COVID-ARC Data Archive Project Research High School Presentation Webinar Recorded Video LINK

USC Annenberg Critical Media Project

UPCOMING: The I T00 AM Critical Makers Lab, a program of the Critical Media Project (CMP), offers an extended learning and enrichment opportunity for 8-11th grade students from South and East LA schools including students from Bravo Medical Magnet High School. The lab is organized around questions related to identity and representation, asking students to reflect on who they are and how they can represent themselves, their community, their story through several media making projects.


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