The change in air pollution in China from January to February as stay-at-home orders were put into place to stop the spread of the coronavirus has intrigued Louisiana State University meteorologist Paul Miller.
A study to help determine the rate of novel coronavirus infection in children and their family members in the United States has begun enrolling participants.
Recent studies in the Netherlands and other places have shown that the presence of SARS-Coronavirus-2, or the novel coronavirus, can be detected in human waste.
New research from Cornell University developed potential roadmaps for how the coronavirus infects organs and identifies what molecular factors could help facilitate or restrict infection.
Scientists have created a dynamic database driven by artificial intelligence which is collecting together the world’s research on coronavirus in a single online space.
Queensland researchers are leading a worldwide clinical study using AI to examine COVID-19 patient data from 300 intensive care units (ICU) to provide insight for health professionals to determine the best treatments for the disease.
The AAVCOVID vaccine program was developed in the laboratory of Luk H. Vandenberghe, PhD, director of the Grousbeck Gene Therapy Center at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unmasked longstanding racial and ethnic health-related disparities.
Patients with severe COVID-19 frequently experience a life-threatening immune reaction, sometimes called a cytokine storm, which can lead to respiratory failure, organ damage and potentially death.
Three studies investigating a range of important COVID-19 questions led by teams from Lawson Health Research Institute and Western University are among an initial 15 projects funded through the Government of Ontario’s COVID-19 Rapid Research Fund.