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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Research FAQ Share: Copied! On this page: Last updated Friday June 19 2020 at 4:00 PM EDT Please Note If you have broader questions relating to COVID-19 and the University's planning we encourage you to visit the University's COVID-19 website This is a message from the Division of the Vice President Research Innovation Last week the University launched

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its march across the globe a wide variety of University of Michigan research projects are feeling the effects both at home and abroad Though these disruptions pale when compared with the human suffering caused by the disease they are significant to the individual researchers involved Here are a few of the U-M researchers who have been affected Daniel

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COVID-19 research and innovation supported by UKRI UKRI is committed to funding projects and programmes in response to the Covid-19 pandemic This initial summary lists activity already supported so potential bidders to UKRI calls and programmes can review the list before submitting their proposals:

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COVID-19 Research Projects Our researchers are using their knowledge and resources to combat the coronavirus epidemic at home and abroad They are finding answers keeping people safe helping to open the economy and identifying how the world can adapt Here's how our research is improving lives UC Santa Cruz 1156 High Street Santa Cruz Ca 95064 2020 Regents of the University of

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COVID-19 vaccine therapy research boosted by six new projects in rapid response 23 Mar 2020 Six new studies into the novel coronavirus have been funded by the UK government including testing a vaccine developing therapies and improving understanding of how to treat COVID-19 This first round of projects receive 10 5 million as part of the 20 million rapid research response funded by

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These FAQs contain information about COVID-19 as it relates to the conduct of research research operations and sponsored projects This webpage will continue to be updated frequently as new information is received As always if you have questions about sponsored projects reach out to your assigned SPA Project Officer Other research-related

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COVID-19 Response COVID-19 Research Projects COVID-19 Research Projects Active IRB-approved COVID-19 projects in the Wake Forest School of Medicine network Skip Jump Links Project Title PI and Project Details Viral Infection and Respiratory Illness Universal Study (VIRUS): COVID-19 Registry and Validation of Critical Care Data Dictionary (C2D2) Ashish Khanna Anesthesiology

Compendium of research projects at the interface of

Considering the overlaps in TB and COVID-19 in disease presentation and transmission the pandemic presents many questions for the TB field that may require learning through research and innovation To better understand challenges and opportunities in this space the World Health Organization Global TB Programme is collating information on ongoing research at the interface of TB and COVID-19

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) research projects Covid-19 risk evaluation among the contacts of the first cases in Africa Defective viral genomes (DVGs) potential antiviral inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 Descriptive study: epidemiological clinical and immunological analysis of SARS-CoV-2 cases in the Metropolitan Region of So Paulo Brazil

UCOP Seed Grants Fund COVID

Faculty from the UC Davis School of Medicine and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have received seed funding from the UC Office of the President to launch research projects aimed at mitigating the impact of COVID-19 In announcing the awards on June 3 UC President Janet Napolitano said: "This is a challenging time for our country and for those suffering from COVID-19

Eight Research Projects Receive Funding from Manning

A recent gift of $1 million from the Manning family strong supporters of the University of ia established The Manning Fund for COVID-19 Research designed to support the University's practically oriented research on COVID-19-related topics that can be acted upon quickly and have commercial potential More than 50 proposals were received from UVA faculty for projects related to

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The EGI call for COVID-19 research projects is now open About the call Accelerating progress on COVID-19 research As the coronavirus and its related consequences spread across the globe EGI and Open Science Grid (OSG) in the USA are joining forces to commit specialized technical support specialized simulation tools and compute and storage resources to accelerate progress on COVID-19

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COVID-19 COVID-19 Research Projects Our mission: To achieve better health for vulnerable communities in Australia and internationally by accelerating the translation of research discovery and evidence into sustainable health solutions Contact Us 85 Commercial Road Melbourne VIC 3004 Australia E: receptionburnet edu au T: +61 3 9282 2111 Subscribe Receive updates and IMPACT

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For further information about the University of Adelaide's response to the COVID-19 outbreak please refer to our COVID-19 website For further information about the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on our current research projects and other frequently asked questions please refer to our Research FAQs

Research Foundation

Special call for COVID-19 research projects Purpose of the COVID-19 call In view of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for public health it is of crucial and urgent importance that all sTongWeiholders in the public and private sectors engage in global efforts to treat those exposed to the virus and to contain the outbreak In this context the FWO seeks to generate social impact in the

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COVID-19 Research Projects In immediate response to the COVID-19 pandemic ia Tech faculty staff and students have initiated numerous research projects in an effort to support the local community and to affect humanity on a global scale Below is a summary of projects and ia Tech researchers are leading Contact Lindsey Haugh Director of Marketing and Communications for the

MOLIM COVID

MOLIM COVID-19 Research Projects The MOLIM COVID Team concentrates on: Therapeutic and protective monoclonal antibodies against CoV-2 Blood test to detect virus-blocking antibodies Generation of immunity against CoV-2 Nikolaus-Fiebiger Center Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt Glckstrae 6 91054 Erlangen Contact imprint and additional information Request Materials

NRP 78 Covid

Demarcation between the Special Call on Coronavirus and the NRP 78 "Covid-19" The aims the scope and the thematic orientation of the NRP 78 "Covid-19" are in many aspects complementary to the Special Call on Coronaviruses Nevertheless parts of the research proposed in projects submitted to the Special Call on Coronaviruses might also fit into a NRP project and contribute to the

MOLIM COVID

MOLIM COVID-19 Research Projects The MOLIM COVID Team concentrates on: Therapeutic and protective monoclonal antibodies against CoV-2 Blood test to detect virus-blocking antibodies Generation of immunity against CoV-2 Nikolaus-Fiebiger Center Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt Glckstrae 6 91054 Erlangen Contact imprint and additional information Request Materials

Nordic Health Data Research Projects on COVID

The call "Nordic Health Data Research Projects on COVID-19" is a collaborative effort between the Swedish Research Council Academy of Finland Innovation Fund Denmark Research Council of Norway Icelandic Centre for Research (RANNS) Estonian Research Council Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia and NordForsk Financial framework Project funding will be

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Covid-19 scientific research News General News 12-06-2020 The ESRF provides access to its facilities for covid-19 related research projects This exceptional access is granted with the aim to contribute to the international scientific effort to overcome the covid-19 pandemic Share On January 30th 2020 the WHO declared the recent outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) a public

FWO launches special call for COVID

The world is hit hard by the COVID-19 virus To cope with the consequences of this pandemic for public health FWO launches a special call for COVID-19 research projects The budget for this call is 2 5 million euro 1 5 million euro is provided by minister for Innovation Hilde Crevits In this context the Flemish government and FWO seek to generate social impact in the short term for dealing

Nordic Health Data Research Projects on COVID

The call "Nordic Health Data Research Projects on COVID-19" is a collaborative effort between the Swedish Research Council Academy of Finland Innovation Fund Denmark Research Council of Norway Icelandic Centre for Research (RANNS) Estonian Research Council Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia and NordForsk

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COVID-19 Research Projects While the COVID-19 pandemic has presented the medical and scientific community with unrelenting and unparalleled challenges the unique nature of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-CoronaVirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) which causes COVID-19 provides for wide-ranging and potentially impactful areas of scientific exploration

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Research Projects COVID-19 Survey COVID-19 Survey Community understanding attitudes and practices in Australia COVID-19 has been dominating the news for weeks and with good reason But how do you know the information you are receiving comes from a reliable and up-to-date source? Australia is acting to slow the spread of the outbreak through cooperation with the community on

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COVID-19 research projects Amidst the coronavirus pandemic many organisations across Australia and internationally are conducting research into how this event has shaped alcohol and other drug use If your organisation is conducting such research and you would like to be included on this page please fill out the form at the end of this page

ESCMID: COVID

ESCMID is very pleased to announce that it will be hosting the first virtual congress specifically dedicated to COVID-19 The ESCMID Conference on Corona Virus Disease (ECCVID) will TongWei place online from Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25th September 2020 and will cover all aspects of COVID-19

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