More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, research laboratories remain committed to understanding how SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes the disease known as COVID-19—infects the body and to develop life-saving treatments and vaccines. As restrictions are lifting and the focus shifts to becoming vaccinated against the virus, we have collected resources that highlight recent research advances and the challenges of living through a pandemic.
APS Journal Research and Additional Resources
- APS Journals Coronavirus-related Collection
- COVID-19 Collection from I Spy Physiology
- Teaching through a Pandemic from PECOP blog
- COVID-19 Resources for Investigators Curated by APS
- Long COVID Now Has a Formal Definition from the WHO: What to Know
- Pfizer's COVID Vaccine Gets Full Approval From The FDA
- What to know about coronavirus booster shots in the U.S.
- What you need to know about the highly contagious delta variant
- When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated: How to Protect Yourself and Others
- CDC changes course on school guidance, advising everyone to wear masks
- Strongest Evidence Yet Shows SARS-CoV-2 May Insert Itself Into The Human Genome
- COVID Has Pushed Medical Research into Remote Trials, Benefiting Patients and Scientists
Living through a Pandemic
- 4 Ways Parents Can Calm Their Back-to-School Fears
- Here’s a List of Colleges That Require Students or Employees to Be Vaccinated Against Covid-19
- How to Manage Through Emotional Exhaustion
- Four reasons you’re tired of Zoom calls — and what to do about it
- Remote Work Is Here To Stay, But The Future Is Hybrid
- Pandemic habits: How to hang on to the good ones and get rid of the bad
- Understanding How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
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