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4th Long COVID Press Release
The Long COVID project just launched its 4th Press Release. In this PR, the Long COVID project celebrates its half-time …
World Health Day (07.04.2024)
📅 07/04/2024 Happy World Health Day 2024! 🌍 🌟 Today marks #WorldHealthDay and the 76th anniversary of the World Health …
Worsening of muscle abnormalities after post-exertional fatigue in long-COVID
Don't miss the insightful research article published in the Nature Communications Journal from Rob Wüst. Some people infected with SARS-CoV-2 …
International Long COVID Awareness Day (15.03.2024)
📅 15/03/2024 Celebrate International Long Covid Awareness Day 2024! 🌟 March 15th is a significant day on our calendar – …
International Women’s day (08.03.2024)
📅 08/03/2024 Celebrate International Women's Day: Empowering Women Worldwide! As we celebrate International Women's Day, we honour the remarkable achievements, …
T cell–dependent IFN-y release in Long Covid patients
Read the interesting research article resently published in the Science Advances Journal from Benjamin A. Krishna. Following initial infection with …
National Long COVID Conference (Birmingham (UK), 28.03.2024)
📅 28/03/2024🏠 Birmingham (UK), 9:00am – 5:00pm (GMT +00:00) Over the past three years, the NHS in England has made …
Long COVID First Review meeting (Online, 29.02.2024)
📅 29/02/2024🏠 Online Important day at the 1st longCOVID EU Project Review Meeting!Yesterday, the longCOVID EU Project Consortium met online …
Persistent parainfectious brain injury in COVID-19 follow-up despite reduced cytokine and autoantibody response – A prospective cohort study
Don't miss the fantastic article by Michael, B.D., Dunai, C., Needham, E.J. et al. which has been published in Nature Communications …
International day of women and girls in science (11.02.2024)
📅 11/02/2024 🌟 Celebrating the brilliance, resilience, and achievements of women in science! 🌟Today is the International Day of Women …
Changes in Serum proteins indicating activation of the immune system’s complement cascade with signs of Thromboinflammation in active Long Covid – A Multicenter study
An excellent article by Carlo Cervia-Hasler et al. recently published in Science Magazin is now available. In this multicenter study, researchers …
Long COVID has been characterized by T-cell dysregulation, inflammation, and an uncoordinated adaptive immune reaction to the SARS-CoV-2 virus – A cohort study
A recently published outstanding article authored by Dr. Kailin Yin, a postdoctoral fellow at Gladstone Institutes in Nadia Roan’s lab, …
Long COVID third consortium meeting (Online, 11.-12.01.2024)
📅 11/01-12/01/2024🏠 Online Exciting days at the longCOVID 3rd Consortium Meeting!The consortium gathered together online to share updates on work …
Long-term outcomes following hospital admission for COVID-19 versus seasonal influenza: a cohort study
A new excellent article from Dr Ziyad Al-Aly, a world-leader in Long COVID research from the Institute for Public Health …
Short-term effectiveness of single-dose intranasal spray COVID-19 vaccine against symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Omicron infection in healthcare workers: a prospective cohort study
New article in The Lancet aimed to study the effectiveness of one-dose of intranasal spray COVID-19 vaccine (dNS1-RBD) against symptomatic Omicron infections …
Long COVID project as a Success Story on the HNN 3.0 website
Health-NCP-Net 3.0 (HNN 3.0) is a European project that is aimed at aligning and enhancing the services that National Contact …
Burnet Oration: Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly urges action for long COVID treatment
At the 2023 Burnet Oration, COVID-19 researcher Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly, chief of research and development at VA Saint Louis Health Care …
Update of the Long COVID situation in Germany from Health Minister Karl Lauterbach
On the 4th of December, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach provided a crucial and very valuable update on the ongoing Long COVID situation …
Long Covid at the Australasian Neuroscience Society 41st Annual Scientific Meeting
Do not miss this very interesting talk of Dr. Giuseppe Balistreri, PhD (WP2 leader in Long COVID project) at the Australian Neuroscience …
Long Covid Clinical Severity Types Based on Symptoms and Functional Disability: A Longitudinal Evaluation
A study led by the University of Leeds has recently been posted to The Lancet, where researchers followed up individuals with Long COVID, throughout …
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