Identifying exposed, infectious, and recovered individuals is essential for fighting this pandemic and starting to normalize the economy and society. We need methods both to detect the virus itself and the antibodies to it. Columbia’s researchers are leading efforts to make these tests more accurate, faster, cheaper, and more accessible.
"One of the things we need to learn from this is we have to invest in our public health infrastructure, invest in our science, invest in global surveillance so things like this never happen again."
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Columbia University Research Community: COVID-19 Research Projects
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