The Duke research study uses data from smartphones, smartwatches and health surveys to help detect COVID-19
Our global community has faced an unprecedented challenge in the coronavirus pandemic—but Duke BME's faculty, staff and students are rising to that challenge, devising local and global solutions to help us all push forward.
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An interdisciplinary team of engineers, clinicians and other experts from across Duke came together to create medical devices and tools to address COVID-19
By guiding stem cells to model kidney cells, Duke BME’s Samira Musah is studying how the novel coronavirus can damage the important organs
Supported by a RAPID Response NSF research grant, the Chilkoti lab aims to make a faster, more efficient test to detect the novel coronavirus
In a DARPA-funded project, Duke BME’s Xiling Shen and collaborators across the U.S. are designing a diagnostic test that aims to identify coronavirus carriers early and predict the symptom severity
With the onset of a global pandemic, Duke BME faculty, staff and students quickly adapted in-person courses, programs and projects into an online format