Like research communities around the world, Columbia researchers have mobilized to address all aspects of COVID-19 and the human experience. Our contributions below reveal the virus' composition and spread, address the potential impact on our social and political institutions, and pioneer clinical trials to test new treatment options.
This page features highlights of Columbia's ongoing and proposed research, reported and described by our faculty. They illustrate the breadth of ongoing efforts across the University's research enterprise.
Please visit Columbia's COVID-19 Resource Guide for all University communications regarding the current pandemic.
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COLUMBIA'S COVID-19 NEWS
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Finding Powerful Antibodies to Fight COVID-19 with David Ho
Working in the Hospital During New York's Deadliest Weeks with Elaine Wan
Screening for Treatments & Collaboration in the Science Community with Stephen P. Goff
How to Contain the Economic Fallout From COVID-19
Profs Win NSF RAPID Grants for COVID-19
Columbia University Biobank
Data Scientists Launch Program to Generate Real-World Evidence on COVID-19 Treatments
Engineers Team Up with Clinicians at Columbia Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian
Study Projects Areas Most Vulnerable to COVID-19 Patient Surge
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