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The Illinois network for RECOVER is looking at why some people recover from COVID-19 quickly and others don’t.   RECOVER is a national research initiative funded by NIH.  In Illnois, ILLInet was selected to focus on the people of Illinois.
Website: ILLInet RECOVER

Partnership for Promoting COVID-19 Vaccination Among At-Risk Older Adults | Our proposal’s objective is to rapidly develop, implement, and continuously evaluate a targeted, multifaceted, COVID-19 vaccine messaging and promotion strategy among older adults, particularly those from the Latinx community.
Website: https://www.scholars.northwestern.edu/en/projects/partnership-for-promoting-covid-19-vaccination-among-at-risk-olde
Contact: Andrea M Zuleta andrea.zuleta@northwestern.edu

LitCog IV COVID-19 Supplement | To assess how high-risk adults’ COVID-19 knowledge, beliefs, behaviors, and sense of preparedness changed from the onset of the US outbreak (March 13–20, 2020) to the acceleration phase (March 27–April 7, 2020).
Website: https://www.scholars.northwestern.edu/en/projects/litcog-iv-covid-19-supplement-2
Contact: Morgan Ridge Eifler morgan.eifler@northwestern.edu

NCATS Screening for Coronavirus Antibodies in Neighborhoods (SCAN) Subproject PROJ0017932  | No-Contact Antibody testing; The Northwestern team has developed an approach that combines the convenience of finger-stick blood sampling at home with the analytical rigor of a lab.
Website: https://www.scholars.northwestern.edu/en/projects/ncats-screening-for-coronavirus-antibodies-in-neighborhoodsscan-s-2
Relevant article: https://www.ipr.northwestern.edu/news/2020/mcdade-sars-cov2-antibody-blood-test.html