News articles classified as COVID-19

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory —

A new way to stop the spread

Disabling the hinges on coronavirus protein “spikes” could be a good way to prevent or treat a wide range of infections, new research shows.

Stanford-led WastewaterSCAN project adds six new disease targets

Pioneering epidemiology project WastewaterSCAN has added parainfluenza, rotavirus, adenovirus group F, enterovirus D68, Candida auris, and hepatitis A to the list of infectious diseases it can monitor for public health. Its monitoring roster already included COVID-19, RSV, Mpox, influenza A and B, human metapneumovirus (HMPV), and norovirus.

Stanford Medicine magazine —

mRNA has entered the lexicon

Messenger RNA vaccines for all kinds of infectious diseases are in development as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute —

Unraveling the mysteries of brain fog

Michelle Monje discusses the persistent symptom that often plagues long-COVID patients in this episode of From Our Neurons to Yours.

Stanford Medicine —

New findings on COVID-19 vaccine

The mRNA vaccine is better than natural infection at revving up killer T cells to fight future infection, and better still if you get vaccinated before having had COVID-19.