The collaboration will apply machine learning to the design of new protein-based antivirals and vaccines.
A study shows the drug has no benefit, and a researcher reflects on year on the hydroxychloroquine roller coaster.
Acquisition of specific genetic changes in virus’ cell binding mechanism may have led to massive expansion of these variants.
Long-term debility could have enormous health and economic consequences worldwide due to numbers infected.
Witnessing changes in the coronavirus, scientists join to strengthen pandemic response.
Research and clinical news from UW Medicine on the pandemic coronavirus and COVID-19 dominated reader interest this year.
Recent rapid increase in incidence spurs action to protect patients, staff, and community, says health system's president.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Seattle Marathon, like many other races, won't take place in person this year. But if you plan to run 26.2 miles in a virtual event, be mindful that medical tents and nutrition stations won't be along the r
The Stay Connected program has created a list of ways to help seniors reduce feelings of isolation during the pandemic.
Preclinical data published in Cell show the nanoparticle vaccine spurs extremely high levels of protective antibodies in animal models.