COVID-19 research reviews

Researchers around the world are working every day to learn more about COVID-19 — from how the virus is transmitted to how it affects patients and the best ways to treat it. Scientific understanding is developing so rapidly that it can be hard to keep up with all the latest research. Faculty members in the Department of Medicine’s Section of Infectious Diseases want to make it easier for the Baylor community to stay updated.They are providing a weekly newsletter that summarizes the newest published and pre-print research, addressing what’s new and why it matters. Read more below.

COVID-19 Literature Review_July 27

COVID-19 Literature Review_July 20 v. 2

COVID-19 Literature Review_July 13

COVID-19 Literature Review_July 6

COVID-19 Literature Review_June 29

COVID-19 Literature Review_June 22

COVID-19 Literature Review_June 15

COVID-19 Literature Review_June 8

COVID-19 Literature Review_June 1

COVID-19 Literature Review_May 25

COVID-19 Literature Review_May 18

COVID-19 Literature Review_May 11

COVID-19 Literature Review_May 4

COVID-19 Literature Review_April 27

COVID-19 Literature Review_April 20

COVID-19 Literature Review_April 13

COVID-19 Literature Review_April 6

COVID-19 Literature Review_March 30

Additional Resources

Superspreading

Critical Illness

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children

Biology of SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

Viewpoint – 40 Years with Coronaviruses