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UU Research on COVID-19

As one of the nation’s leading research institutions, the University of Utah is at the forefront of studying the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its rapid impact on the global community. With over 120 COVID-19 projects across campus, the university is on a mission to find novel solutions to address the long-term social, health, economic, and psychological effects of COVID-19.

The university has a central repository that captures all COVID-related research on campus. If your project is not listed in the suppository, click on the button below to submit your project’s information.

Podcast: Researchers at the U seeking COVID-19 answers 

Part 1- In this podcast, Diane Pataki, associate vice president for research, and Lindsay Keegan, research assistant professor in Internal Medicine and a theoretical biologist, talk about research projects now underway on campus. Recorded on Thursday, March 26, 2020.

Part 2- In this podcast, Daniel Leung, associate professor of internal medicine, and Jessica Kramer, assistant professor of bioengineering, talk about the 3i initiative and research projects now underway on campus. Recorded on Friday, March 27, 2020.  

Last Updated: 1/11/22