A newly identified group of antibodies that binds to a coating of sugars on the outer shell of HIV is effective in neutralizing the virus and points to a novel vaccine approach that could also pote
Hundreds of boxes of protective gear and equipment are now available to health care workers in New Delhi thanks to the quick, coordinated response of Duke Health faculty and staff.
A potential new vaccine developed by members of the Duke Human Vaccine Institute has proven effective in protecting monkeys and mice from a variety of coronavirus infections -- including SARS-CoV-2
When it comes to COVID-19, women seem to be the stronger sex, suffering severe disease at about half the rate as men, but the reason for this has been elusive.
Duke enrolls first-in-nation children for Pfizer-BioNTech U.S. clinical study trial in children under 12
Twin 9-year-old girls at Duke Health became the first in the United States to participate in Pfizer and BioNTech Phase 1 study to evaluate safety, tolerability and immunogenicity of the Pfizer-BioN
As a next step in Duke University’s exhaustive, campus-wide testing program during the Covid pandemic, the university is employing a genome sequencing core facility in downtown Durham to identify t
The mental health challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have overwhelmed many Americans.
The African American COVID Taskforce Plus (AACT+) includes members from more than 20 organizations
MURDOCK study's COVID-19 project contributes to NC research network that monitors Coronavirus in sewer systems
A Duke COVID-19 study tracking the pandemic in Cabarrus County is contributing data to a statewide research network monitoring the coronavirus in sewer systems to help inform the public health resp