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Studies of St. Louis COVID-19 Patients Follow ‘Long-Haulers’ and Antibody Protection After Recovery
Washington University researchers are digging into long-term effects of COVID-19 in a study following local ‘long-haulers’.
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Global Wildlife Surveillance and Pathogen Screening Could Provide Early Warning for Next Pandemic
In the Amazon rainforest of southeastern Peru, Gideon Erkenswick, PhD, and his team collect biological samples from wildlife populations of bats and primates.
COVID-19 Drug Hunters Turn to WashU Lab to Test Possible Virus-Fighting Compounds Against Live Virus
The Washington University biosafety level 3 lab (BSL-3) has tested hundreds of chemical compounds with a couple of the compounds showing promise.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trials at SLU and WashU Recruit St. Louis Area Residents
St. Louis area residents have the opportunity to be selected as participants for different COVID-19 vaccine trials.
St. Louis’ SteadyMD Expands Telehealth With Matching Engine That Pairs Patients with Doctors
SteadyMD’s matching engine evaluates patients and doctors to generate a match for meaningful doctor-patient relationships and healthcare plans.
CyberKnife Robotic System Offers Cancer Patients an Alluring Alternative for Treatment
The CyberKnife is a fully robotic radiation delivery system, providing non-invasive treatment for cancerous and non-cancerous tumors.
Rapid COVID-19 Testing Based on New Biolabeling Technology is in Development
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis are developing a rapid SARS-Co-V-2 antibody test and antigen test for active COVID-19 infections.
Saint Louis University Professor Takes a Deep Dive Into the Study of Sharks Swimming & Evolution
A Saint Louis University physics professor specializing in hydrodynamics takes a deep dive into the evolution of sharks.
St. Louis Cardinals Use Their Eyes to Open Clubhouse Doors at Busch Stadium
St. Louis Cardinals recognized for having best security practices by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Sensors for Detecting COVID-19 Viral Particles Seeping Inside N95 Masks & Surging in Patient Rooms
The Aerosol and Air Quality Research Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis is advancing sensors to protect health care works from COVID-19.