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March 23, 2020 - [Updated September 21, 2020] COVID-19 Response and the PrecISE Research Study

Safety is our number one priority, for patients, their families, and our team members who work on all aspects of PrecISE. In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we paused recruitment on March 9, 2020.  Each site is following policies and recommendations from institutional and local health and safety experts. As a network, we continue to work together, in conjunction with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to assess this situation and optimize participant and personnel health and safety.  Participant recruitment has opened at the following study sites:

California: University of California - San Francisco, University of California San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital, and University of California - Davis 
Colorado: National Jewish, and Children's Hospital Colorado (Aurora)
Florida: University of South Florida
Illinois: Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago; Northwestern University; Rush University; University of Chicago Medicine, Pulmonary Clinic
Indiana: Riley Hospital for Children
Kansas: University of Kansas

Maryland: Johns Hopkins Medicine
Massachusetts: Boston Children's, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital

New York: Columbia University
North Carolina: Wake Forest University
Ohio: Cleveland Clinic Main, and University Hospitals - Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh
Virginia: University of Virginia
Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Please continue to check this page for updates. 

View a map which shows all study sites here. 

See a list of study locations by city and state here.

What Can I Learn About Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

For information about COVID-19, please visit these resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The PrecISE Network and COVID-19

Dr. Michael Peters, a co-investigator for PrecISE, traveled from San Francisco, California to New York City to help with the emergency medical response to COVID-19. Read more in the article, "PrecISE Co-Investigator Honored as 'Hero Doc' by New York Post."

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