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Machine-Learning Device for In-Home Detection and Diagnosis of COVID-19 Patients’ Health
Medical students make home deliveries to COVID-19 patients in an observational clinical trial involving sensing and clinical analysis of patient movements.
Washington University Laboratory Develops COVID-19 Saliva Test for Screening on a Massive Scale
The center is running hundreds of saliva samples per hour and is growing to process 35,000 COVID-19 saliva tests a week by the end of October.
High Demand for COVID-19 Tests in Missouri Leads to Collaboration for Faster Test Results
A Mizzou collaboration for faster COVID-19 testing is bringing together experts in public health, engineering and veterinary medicine.
PPE Problem Solvers Serve By Innovating & Protecting Front-Line Workers in Missouri
University of Missouri problem solvers create innovative solutions to pandemic-related problems facing front-line workers throughout the community.
Can 6 Feet Protect Against COVID-19? New Research Indicates Minimum of 10 to 12 Feet for Protection
Washington University researchers study the evaporation of emitted droplets and why this is important affecting the lifetime of the airborne coronavirus.
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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STARS: Special Needs Tracking & Awareness Response System
The STARS program helps coordinate and coach ambulance districts, fire districts and community hospitals.
Depressed Patients See Quality of Life Improve with Implanted Nerve Stimulation Device
Nerve stimulation patient Nick Fournie and his wife describe Nick’s transformation as a miracle.