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NIH wants to make sure that new vaccines and treatments work for everyone — not just for some.Learn more about clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics and how you can participate in research.
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Keeping Doctors Up to Date on COVID-19 Treatments NIH
(7 days ago) The NIH COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines provides the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 treatments, such as the use of monoclonal antibodies, to help health care providers decide on treatments for their patients. What you need to know When COVID-19 first appeared, no one knew how to treat it.
Treatments and Vaccines NIH COVID-19 Research
(7 days ago) You can help find ways to prevent and treat COVID-19—whether you’ve never had COVID-19, you have COVID-19 now, or you had it in the past. Learn how you can join a vaccine or treatment clinical trial, or donate your plasma to help others who are diagnosed with COVID-19.
NIH COVID-19 Research Initiatives NIH COVID-19 Research
(6 days ago) Social, Behavioral, and Economic Health Impacts . The Social, Behavioral, and Economic Health (SBE) initiative is committed to reducing the social, behavioral, and economic health impacts of COVID-19—especially on those communities most affected by the pandemic—through both data science and community and digital interventions.
NIH Strategic Response to COVID-19 NIH COVID-19 Research
(5 days ago) The World Health Organization declares COVID-19 a pandemic. Read the speech. January 31, 2020 . The United States declares a public health emergency. Read the press release. January 13, 2020. NIH and Moderna finalize the design of …
COVID-19 Vaccines NIH COVID-19 Research
(1 days ago) NIH launched a clinical trials network called the COVID-19 Prevention Network (CoVPN). The network builds on existing research to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine development and enroll volunteers in large-scale clinical trials to test vaccines and treatments.
When COVID-19 Symptoms Linger NIH COVID-19 Research
(3 days ago) CDC page on PASC for health care workers . Research Highlights Read stories about the efforts underway to prevent, detect, and treat COVID-19 and its effects on our health. NIH COVID-19 Resources by Topic COVID-19 research information and resources by topic from NIH institutes and centers NIH Strategic Response to COVID-19
How COVID-19 Affects the Brain NIH COVID-19 Research
(4 days ago) These records have information on a patient’s age, race and ethnicity, and social determinants of health, which are the conditions in a person’s environment that can affect health and wellbeing. The hospital records also include a patient’s COVID-19 symptoms and how seriously ill the patient was, and whether the patient smokes or has
Communities Fighting COVID! NIH COVID-19 Research
(Just Now) Susan M. Kiene, Ph.D., professor of global health at San Diego State University (SDSU), and her colleagues at SDSU’s School of Public Health understand both the importance of fast, accurate, and accessible COVID-19 testing and the benefit of providing a …
Monitoring Lung Function At Home NIH COVID-19 Research
(8 days ago) Spirometers test lung health by measuring how much air someone can breathe in and out. The spirometers used in these studies have special programming that guides patients during the breathing test and tells them the quality of their measurement. Researchers will study the accuracy of at-home testing and the willingness of people with LAM to
Open Funding Opportunities NIH COVID-19 Research
(8 days ago) Open Funding Opportunities Featured Opportunity. The NIH has issued a Notice of Intent to Publish Research Opportunity Announcements for the Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection (PASC) Initiative: PASC Data Repositories and Mobile Health Platform
COVID-19 Testing NIH COVID-19 Research
(Just Now) Find your state health department’s website. What are the types of COVID-19 tests? A viral, or diagnostic, test looks for current infection. There are two types of viral tests: The antigen test (also called the “rapid test”) gives results in as little as 15 minutes. You are more likely to get a false negative result from the antigen test.
COVID-19: The Ripple Effects NIH COVID-19 Research
(6 days ago) Researchers are studying the many ways COVID-19 affects our lives and health in order to help everyone better handle the COVID-19 pandemic. They hope to help us better assess the benefits and risks of things like stay-at-home orders, limiting health care services, and …
COVID-19 Funded Research Projects NIH COVID-19 Research
(1 days ago) NIH has received almost $4.9 billion to date to fund important COVID-19 research on diagnostic tests, vaccines, and treatments. More than $940 million came from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March 2020, with supplemental funding coming from the U.S. Congress. Learn more about funded projects by using our interactive map.
COVID-19 Vaccine Development: Behind the Scenes NIH
(3 days ago) Read stories about the efforts underway to prevent, detect, and treat COVID-19 and its effects on our health. NIH COVID-19 Resources by Topic COVID-19 research information and resources by topic from NIH institutes and centers NIH Strategic Response to COVID-19
News and Stories NIH COVID-19 Research
(Just Now) NIH research to prevent, detect, and treat COVID-19 and its health effects. Home; News and Stories; Featured Stories News From Across NIH Videos Media Resources. Featured Stories April 30, 2021. Tracking the COVID-19 Virus With a Smartphone March 5, 2021. Calming an Overactive Immune System February 24, 2021
NIH Research Initiative on Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV
(8 days ago) data, digital health data, and other large datasets; by further expanding the capabilities of existing data resources; and by working in an integrated fashion with other components of the coordinated NIH response to address the post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 • Use RWD (such as EHR, digital health, environmental, and administrative data) to
Tracking the COVID-19 Virus With a Smartphone NIH COVID
(6 days ago) The goal of this project is to design a sensor that can be used to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus in schools, grocery stores, airports, and other public places. The sensor would allow researchers, health officials, and local lawmakers to know right away when SARS-CoV-2 virus is circulating in the air.
Accelerating COVID-19 Research NIH COVID-19 Research
(4 days ago) NIH is committed to helping develop fast, accurate COVID-19 tests that are easily available.. What you need to know. The NIH Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx SM) initiative is working to quickly develop new, more accurate tests for COVID-19.. What is this initiative doing? The goal of RADx is to speed up the creation of new, more accurate tests for COVID-19 and get them on the market
Saving Lives in the ICU NIH COVID-19 Research
(3 days ago) The fluid lavage controller is part of a medical device that TheraNova is developing to support organ health for people in the ICU. Photo: TheraNova. The most common symptoms of COVID-19—such as cough, fever, and shortness of breath—relate to the respiratory system.
Calming an Overactive Immune System NIH COVID-19 Research
(4 days ago) What you need to know. Through the Accelerating COVID-19 Therapeutic Interventions and Vaccines (ACTIV) public-private partnership, NIH is prioritizing therapeutic agents for clinical trials to develop new and better treatments for COVID-19. The ACTIV-1 Immune Modulators (IM) trial is a study to find out whether a type of medicine known as an immune modulator can help COVID-19 patients who
Notice of Intent to Publish Research Opportunity
(8 days ago) Health Platform in understanding the importance of coordination and integration of the data across the various repositories, we provide in the paragraphs below some additional details about the anticipated role of the DRC. The DRC will serve as the data hub for the PASC Initiative.
Pregnancy and COVID-19 Risks NIH COVID-19 Research
(4 days ago) Using the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units (MFMU) Network, which is made up of 12 hospitals around the United States, researchers will look at the outcomes of 24,400 births at these hospitals, comparing data from 2019 and 2020. They also will look at
NIH PASC Frequently Asked Questions
(8 days ago) 1.1 A The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is a dynamic and challenging public health emergency. Post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) can range from mild to severe and are as yet not well understood. What we do know is that sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection present in different ways and can affect all organ systems.
Research Opportunity Announcement
(2 days ago) with SARS-CoV-2. It is a public health priority that we better understand and develop strategies to prevent and treat the post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) and that these strategies enable rapid innovation, evolution, and adaptation as more is learne d about PASC and its potential impact on public health.
Expanding Testing on Indian Reservations NIH COVID-19
(7 days ago) A family health coach will interview each person two or three times, regardless of whether they have symptoms. In the interview, the coach and participant will discuss reasons for avoiding testing — such as fear of having to stay home from work — and reasons to get testing, such as helping protect family members from disease.
Clinical Trials NIH COVID-19 Research
(3 days ago) People who would like to volunteer for a clinical trial go through a process called “informed consent.” Informed consent provides you with key information about a research study before you decide whether to take part.
Research Highlights NIH COVID-19 Research
(2 days ago) Study compares pregnancy and health outcomes before and during the pandemic. Read More Accelerating COVID-19 Research NIH supports speedy development of new COVID-19 tests. Read More COVID-19 Vaccine Development: Behind the Scenes Years of research enables a COVID-19 vaccine to be developed in record time.
Research Opportunity Announcement
(6 days ago) The magnitude of the public health impact of these sequelae is currently unknown but potentially large given the numbers of individuals across the age spectrum who have been and will be infected with SARS-CoV-2. It is a public health priority that we better understand and develop strategies to prevent and treat the post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2
Notice of Intent to Publish Research Opportunity
(1 days ago) The magnitude of the public health impact of these sequelae is currently unknown but potentially profound, given the numbers of individuals across the age spectrum who have been and will be infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. It is a public health priority to understand