Affected employees will maintain benefits, including health insurance, during furloughs necessitated by financial challenges from COVID-19 response.
Patients and staff at UW Medical Center participated in the international trial, which has ended. Preliminary findings were published today.
The neutralizing antibody, called S309, is on an accelerated path toward clinical trials
Staff leaves will be temporary; affected employees will maintain benefits, including health insurance
Study findings suggest that women who contract the virus face a higher incidence of a severe pneumonia, which could lead to preterm birth.
Cuts, furloughs necessary; revenue was lost with cancellation of non-emergency and elective procedures.
By web or phone, the UW Medicine Virtual Assistant helps people assess their need for testing or a medical consult, and can schedule appointments.
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The glasses were created by scientists Jay and Maureen Neitz and ophthalmology colleagues at the University of Washington School of Medicine.