This page includes selected resources and articles involving WNPRC scientists and their collaborators. Want more COVID-19 biomedical research news? Get COVID-19 updates from Americans for Medical Progress and Foundation for Biomedical Research.
- SARS-CoV-2 Open Research Portal (The CoVen)
- Crossroads of Ideas: COVID-19 Edition, Part 3, 5 pm, May 20
With Jo Handelsman, Laura McClure, Yoshihiro Kawaoka and David O’Connor and Maureen Smith. View webinar here.
- Respiratory disease in rhesus macaques inoculated with SARS-CoV-2, May 12
NIH validates rhesus monkeys as COVID-19 research models,
- The search for a COVID-19 animal research model, May 11
This in-depth story covers many angles of the COVID-19 animal research puzzle being explored by the collaborating National Primate Research Centers.
- Primatologists work to keep great apes safe from coronavirus, May 1
- The CoVen: Brewing up an “open science” response to COVID-19, April 29
Dr. Thomas Friedrich, UW–Madison and WNRPC, discusses collaborative COVID-19 research.
- Statement in support of the global research community’s efforts to end the COVID-19 crisis, April 22
This post concerns some of the difficult decisions the research community has had to make in the time of COVID-19.
- Chimpanzee studies show that ‘social distancing’ may not be the right term for our coronavirus quarantine measures, April 20
Cites WNPRC research by Dr. Toni Ziegler and colleagues.
- Are face masks the new condoms? April 18
Dr. David O’Connor, UW–Madison and WNPRC, on normalizing face masks.
- UW–Madison, Flu-Gen, Bharat Biotech to develop CoroFlu, April 2
- Dr. Anthony Fauci on animal models for COVID-19 vaccine research March 26 (45 sec.)
- UW researchers study COVID-19, March 23, 2020
- US Primate Centers work to protect animals from COVID-19, March 19
- Labs rush to study coronavirus in transgenic animals — some are in short supply, March 9
- From ferrets to mice and marmosets, labs scramble to find right animals for coronavirus studies, March 5
- The Scientific Serendipity of Wisconsin’s First Novel Coronavirus Case, Feb. 25
- UW–Madison researchers lead efforts to understand, thwart new coronavirus Feb. 11, 2020