Research

Our research focuses on empowering women to improve their health through research and community based educational outreach about factors underlying women’s emotional and physical health. Current projects utilize Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) and behavioral pharmacology to investigate sex/gender differences and women-specific factors in consequences and mechanisms underlying tobacco addiction. 

Collaborate

The POWER Lab is always looking to collaborate on research projects. To collaborate on research with Dr. Pang, please email her at rpang@usc.edu.

Community Engagement

(Coming Soon)

To join POWER in reaching the community, please email Chyna Tucker at cjtucker@usc.edu