Researcher Town Halls: COVID-19 Research + Data Modeling at WUSTL

Researcher Town HallsFriday, May 82 – 3 p.m.Guest Speakers:Sean Whelan, PhD – COVID-19 Research at Washington University​Elvin Geng, MD, MPH – COVID-19 ModelingAccess Zoom link (WUSTL Key required) Submit questions in advance for the upcoming Town Hall​

How To Do Longitudinal Remote Mobile Clinical Research

How To Do Longitudinal remote Mobile Clinical Research Thursday, April 30th 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (CDT) This event is being held by the UW ALACRITY Center The Webinar Recording may be accessible at: Helpful Resource Materials from this webinar Science and Social Distancing: How to Do Longitudinal Remote (mobile) Clinical Research Chat questions […]

Action at a Distance

Drs. Ginger Nicol MD, Jay Piccirillo MD, Benoit Mulsant MD, and Eric Lenze, MD wrote a thought provoking piece that has been published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society .  Please check out their brief two page report and share your thoughts and ideas. Action at a Distance: Geriatric Research during a Pandemic

ShowMe the Science PodCast (Links to an external site)

Drs. Jane O’Halloran, MD, PhD and Rachel Presti, MD, PhD discuss the in-patient randomized clinical trial studying the possible treatment effects of antimalarial medication chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine .  Drs. Eric Lenze, MD and Caline Mattar, MD discuss the outpatient randomized clinical trial using fluvox to study the potential mitigation of severe symptoms. ShowMe the Science […]

STOP COVID Trial (Links to an external site)

Researchers at Washington University are currently recruiting for the STOP COVID Trial.  To learn more please visit the web site:

Going Digital: Clinical Research in Pandemic Times with Discussion

Posted by:  Katie Keenoy Authors: Dr. Ginger Nicol, MD and Dr. Eric Lenze, MD COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge for clinical research Most of us are scrambling to adhere to newly-released policies limiting “non-essential” face-to-face interactions, including those with our study participants. These are chaotic times. New rules and recommendations are changing at a moment’s […]