This study conducted by the UOC aims to find out the opinion of the Spanish population and professional healthcare personnel on the COVID-19 vaccines.
The NAUTILUS project aims to develop an artificial intelligence platform to identify, predict and intervene on persistent symptoms in people who have suffered from COVID-19.
The CoronaSurveys project is a collaborative endeavour between several universities, research institutions and independent volunteers that aims to collect and publish data related to the COVID-19 pandemic in different countries.
Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Spain
Chest Computed Tomography (CT) + Artificial Intelligence (AI): a potential complementary approach to RT-PCR for COVID-19 detection and lesion characterization.
What would happen if dogs could detect people who are positive for COVID-19? This is the question that Professor Dominique Grandjean, professor and researcher at EnvA at the initiative of the Nosaïs-Covid19 project, tries to answer in this study.
Hospital Avicenne AP-HP, France
An ultrasound severity index has been created to demonstrate the effectiveness of portable lung ultrasound both for diagnosis and for daily monitoring of patients with COVID-19 pneumonia.
This cross-sectional study aims to determine the attitude of the Spanish population towards vaccination against COVID-19.
Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
A study that presents a method to mitigate the epidemic effects by estimating the number of COVID-19 cases without having to wait for laboratory confirmations.
The aim of this project, directed by the French Navy firefighters battalion in Marseille, is to analyze wastewater and validate decontamination protocols on sites exposed to the virus in Marseille.
CAP Bordeta-Magòria, Spain
This study, the first one of the +AGIL-COVID19 program, assesses the effect of the lockdown due to the COVID-19 on physical activity levels and emotional wellbeing on frail older adults.
Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain
A study to determine if influenza vaccination or ACEI or ARB medication has effects on COVID-19.
Hospital Universitario de La Princesa, Spain
The Col-VID study aims to determine whether the use of colchicine reduces the severity or even prevents death in patients with COVID-19.