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Changing places in the name of COVID-19 research

COVID-19 has presented numerous challenges to our clinical research teams. Here's one example of how flexibility and teamwork is making all the difference to our patients.

NUH investigates outcomes for pregnant women with COVID-19

Pregnancy can be an anxious time for mothers-to-be, but how does COVID-19 infection in pregnancy influence the outcomes for both the expectant mother and her baby? NUH researchers are part of a national stuy to find out.

Why COVID-19 research is so important

NUH research nurse, Lucy Ryan, who works as part of the DREEAM research team explains why finding effective treatments for COVID-19 matters so.

Over 600 patients take part in COVID-19 trial

Over 600 NUH patients have been recruited into an international COVID-19 research study specifically set-up to help clinicians and scientists understand more about disease pandemics.

Study looks at impact of COVID-19 on immunosuppressed children

How might COVID-19 infection affect children with suppressed immune systems? What are their outcomes and experiences of viral respiratory illnesses including COVID-19, in the current situation? A new research study at NUH has been set up to help find the answers.

COVID-19 research in Intensive Care

Researchers specialising in emergency medicine and critical care based at QMC are investigating how far genetics might play a part in who is infected with COVID-19.

NUH at forefront of clinical research on COVID-19

Clinical researchers at NUH are amongst those leading new work to rapidly develop knowledge, science and treatments for COVID-19. Profesor, Stephen Ryder, Clinical Director for Research and Innovation, explains how staff at NUH are working with patients, carers and families as part of new clinical trials.

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