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Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.

General Resources

Open Access:

  • The JHU Libraries have established two mechanisms for sharing relevant articles, data and software through dedicated collections within the institutional repository, JScholarship, and the JHU Data Archive. The JHU Data Archive will feature deposits of data and software in the COVID-19 collection and provide a record that makes your data and software easier to find and cite. Please contact JHU Data Services at [email protected] to get your deposit started or refer to our archiving web page for detailed information about the process.
  • Through modifications to the Public Access Submission System (PASS), faculty or their proxies can now submit articles flagged specifically for this JHU COVID-19 collection. Additionally, by working with Open Access Button and an API from Our Research (formerly known as Unpaywall), submitters now have the option to use automatically identified open access copies of their manuscripts (if available), eliminating the need to find and upload local copies of their author accepted manuscripts. If you need help with your submission using PASS please contact either Robin Sinn, Sheridan Libraries ([email protected]) or Caitlin Carter, Welch Medical Library ([email protected]).

COVID-19 Maternal and Child Health Nutrition – What Does the Science Tell Us? (Updated every 4 days)

COVID-19 Research Response Program

2019 Novel Coronavirus Research Compendium (NCRC)

Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID)

Health Intervention Tracking for COVID-19 (HIT-COVID)

COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19)

Welch Medical Library COVID-19 Resources Guide

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

MAP: Johns Hopkins Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE)

National Pandemic Pulse (NPP) COVID-19 Survey

Lab-based Resources

JHU Institute for Clinical & Translational Research – COVID-19 Biospecimen Committee

JHU IBC SARS‐CoV‐2 (COVID‐19) Laboratory  Requirements

COVID-19 Animal Models at JHU

Contacts: Joe Mankowski (Medicine), Janice Clements (Medicine), Nancy Ator (ACUC), Jason Villano (RAR), Cindy Zahnow (Medicine)

The SARS-CoV-2 animal model data that are emerging will help JHU researchers select the most relevant COVID-19 animal models. The COVID-19 Animal Models team is tracking all planned JHU COVID-19 studies that require animal models because the logistics of performing in vivo studies will be complex. The Biosafety office, the ACUC, RAR, and SKCCC Animal Resources, will work together to facilitate these studies in JHU Animal Biosafety Level (ABSL)-3 facilities. The team is also catalyzing collaborations and interdisciplinary approaches by connecting investigators to other research groups at JHU.

If you are interested in pursuing COVID-19 animal models, please fill out this form.

Biosafety Labs (BSL-3) (Contact: Stephen Dahl)

  1. JHH Clinical Pathology in Meyer Basement
  2. BSPH 9th floor
  3. CRB II 1st floor

Reagent Resources

Clinical Resources

COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma DRAFT Protocols

COVID-19 Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Coordinating Committee

This committee was established to review and prioritize all COVID-19 clinical research. This streamlined resource includes an Emergency Response IRB and the development of a biospecimen repository.

Implementation Resources

  • JHM Simulation Center: Thoroughly familiarizes staff with procedures and technologies before having to apply them to patients with current and new equipment and technologies.
  • JHM Clinical Engineering Services: Conducts acceptance testing of equipment that comes into contact with patients. CES review is required for equipment/devices/software, with limited exceptions.
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    Vice Provost for Research

    265 Garland Hall
    3400 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD 21218

    (443) 927-1957

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