The scientific community has reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic with unprecedented speed and cooperation. Key insights for saving lives are coming out of rapid genome sequencing, open data sharing and transparent scientific communications.
Grounded in experience with global health threats ranging from AIDS to Zika, our researchers are an important part of the international scientific response to the pandemic — tracking and modeling the virus' spread, developing diagnostic tests, designing vaccine trials, and working to prevent future outbreaks.
Our researchers are conducting a number of therapeutic and non-therapuetic COVID-19 studies including treatment trials, observational studies and vaccine trials.
To end this pandemic, we need volunteers of all ages, races, ethnicities and backgrounds to participate in research studies. That includes volunteers who have had a COVID-19 diagnosis and those who have never had a COVID-19 diagnosis.
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Fred Hutch researchers are committed to ending the COVID-19 pandemic — from vaccines to developing COVID-19 diagnostic and serology tests to modeling the spread of the virus.
Researchers are working together to stop this pandemic and prevent the next one —
people like Dr. Elizabeth Halloran, a global leader in using statistics and dynamic models to understand infectious disease outbreaks and to evaluate vaccines and vaccination strategies.
Every dollar helps our scientists reduce the threat of the novel coronavirus.