The COVID-19 Student Service Corps (CSSC) was founded in order to support health systems facing the COVID-19 pandemic and their patients, workforce, and communities through interprofessional student service-learning projects.
The CSSC consists of thousands of student volunteers from health professional and graduate schools across the country. Working with faculty, administrators, frontline healthcare workers, and community organizations, these students design service projects that respond to the unmet needs of the healthcare system.
About the CSSC Literature Review
The academic literature review is a project of the CSSC’s Information Services team that aims to provide accessible and actionable summaries of new COVID-19 research to clinicians. Student coordinators monitor the emerging literature about COVID-19 and identify key articles to be summarized by CSSC volunteers. These summaries are subject to several rounds of review by student and faculty editors before being distributed and posted on our website.
Special thanks to our student coordinators, topic leaders, and faculty editors:
Policy and Ethics
Faculty and Postdoctoral Editors
Umed Boltaev, PhD
Stephen Canfield, MD, PhD
Urmi Desai, MD
Ignacio Hernandez, PhD
Upasana Roy, PhD
Patrice Spitalnik, MD
Diogo Teles, MD
Ginger Tissier, MD
For more information about working with the CSSC or starting your own CSSC chapter, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.