COVID-19: UD Research News
COVID-19 RESEARCH AND DISCOVERY
A COVID-19 virtual town hall presentation given on March 16, 2020 concerning laboratory shutdowns.
Gradual research ramp-up continues
UD students, professors and professionals reflect on remote teaching during COVID-19
Several University programs help with response through community coalition
New study shows men are more likely than women to endorse COVID-19 conspiracies
UD researchers look at social vulnerability factors and COVID-19 infection rates in the U.S.
UD Prof. Jen Horney teaches epidemiology during the coronavirus pandemic
Testing, training, technology in focus for pandemic response
Gradual research reactivation underway
UD researcher, alum explore whether EMS providers ever hesitate to go to work
Research explores how to build and maintain teams that will bounce back from adversity
UD makers partner with industry to donate 30,000 face masks to at-risk individuals
UD-based national institute will address testing, diagnostics, supply chain and vaccine manufacturing
Gradual resumption to align with state guidance on COVID-19
UD Prof. Sarah DeYoung discusses society’s most at-risk groups during the ongoing pandemic
UD’s Disaster Research Center interviewing community to improve future response
UD’s Douglas White uses personal computers to help coronavirus research
UD Prof. Bahira Trask discusses the impact of the global pandemic on work-family life
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