The COVID-19 Research Fund is helping launch research projects to study COVID-19 across various disciplines.
The university served as a clinical trial site for the mRNA vaccine developed by NIH and Moderna, Inc., helping ensure the vaccine was safe and effective for a diverse population.
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said during an exchange with students at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Science
Ethan Porter will study reactions to misinformation in 10 countries with the goal of reducing false beliefs around vaccination.
GW experts discuss how to decide whether visiting family and friends during the upcoming holiday season is a good idea.
A team of Milken Institute School of Public Health researchers, led by Professor Cindy Liu, ensure GW’s COVID-19 testing provides rapid, consistent and accurate results.
Amita Vyas of the Milken Institute SPH lays out the reasons GW and the CDC are encouraging flu vaccination during the COVID-19 pandemic
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences researchers were awarded $1.86 million to study how misinformation spreads between groups and across social media platforms.
SMHS students created D.C. COVID Connect, an online guide that offers accurate COVID-19 information to the D.C. community.
The university is one of approximately 90 sites in the United States selected to participate in clinical trials.
University researchers will lead projects that could help pave the way toward better prevention and treatment for the deadly disease.
Researchers from SEAS and the Milken Institute SPH received a $50,000 COVID-19 Technology Maturation Grant to bring their sensor to market faster.
Professor Howie Huang led the development of a novel visual search engine for COVID-19 research papers.
Melissa J. Perry is urging more research on the impact of the virus on male fertility and sexual transmission.