The University of Washington Alliance for Pandemic Preparedness (formerly called the MetaCenter for Pandemic Preparedness and Global Health Security) offers a proactive approach to pandemics that addresses the root causes of pandemic risk and accelerates effective action by working with partners in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) to achieve sustainable impact at large scale. The Alliance builds on the resources of our incredible scientific community and the leadership role that the University of Washington has taken in response to COVID-19 at local, national and international levels.
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DAILY COVID-19 NEWSLETTER
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UW Alliance Members' COVID-19 Projects: In the News
COVID-19 vaccine has hefty response in nonhuman primates - includes Deborah Fuller
Faculty to Co-Lead Global Research Network to Confront Emerging Pandemic Viruses (UW Medicine) - includes Wes Van Voorhis, Judy Wasserheit, Peter Rabinowitz, and Michael Gale
UW's Dr. Deborah Fuller and team racing toward a COVID-19 vaccine (Crosscut) - includes Deborah Fuller
New Washington study looking at whether our pets are vulnerable to COVID-19 (KOMO News) - quotes COVID-19 and Pets Study (CAPS)
Can pets get COVID-19? (Dept. of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences) - study led by Peter Rabinowitz
UW Professor Tracks Critical Coronavirus Information in Real Time (Dept. of Global Health) - includes David Pigott
Testing ability for coronavirus rises as private labs join effort (KOMO News) - includes Wes Van Voorhis
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