The MADRES Clinic contains facilities and resources for in-person study visits, including survey administration, biospecimen collection, and height and weight measurements. Additional services include imaging and pulmonary function testing.

The clinic’s resources and services include:

  • Phlebotomy Station
  • Imaging Equipment
    • EchoMRI
    • Phillips CX50 Ultrasound
  • Anthropometric Station
    • Perspective Enterprises Stadiometer (PE-AIM-101)
    • Seca 416 Infantometer
    • Seca 874 Physician Scale
    • Tanita SC-331S Digital Scale 
  • Pulmonary Function Lab
    • Morgan SpiroAIRLT Spirometer
    • Ecomedics CLD88 Nitric Oxide Analyzer with DENOX 88 NO Filtration
  • Survey Administration Room
  • Mother’s Room
  • Children’s Play Area
  • GE Carescape Dinamap V100 Blood Pressure Machine

The MADRES Clinic is located in the Soto I building of the Keck School of Medicine of USC. It is supported by the Centers of Excellence on Environmental Health Disparities Research and the Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) program.


The MADRES Clinic is located on USC’s Soto Campus, which is just a few minutes away from Keck School of Medicine of USC.  At the MADRES Clinic, participants are seen for in-person visits, including survey administration, biospecimens collections and height and weight measurements.  Additional services include imaging, as well as pulmonary function testing.