COVID-19 Research Information

University of Louisville leadership, including the Office of Research and Innovation, is monitoring the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19. This page will be updated regularly with new announcements, funding opportunities and other information related to the effects of COVID-19 on our researchers and their work.


Research Information

VIRTUAL Q&A: The Office of Research and Innovation will hold a virtual COVID-19 Research Town Hall meeting on Thursday, June 4, from 12-1 p.m., for researchers seeking information on COVID-19’s research impact. Leadership will be available to discuss sponsored programs, virus-related funding opportunities, and more. REGISTER HERE

Medical Countermeasres.gov
This site contains information about the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority's (BARDA) Medical Countermeasure Portfolio, partnering opportunities, public meetings, and facilitates communication between federal government agencies and public stakeholders to enhance the Nation's public health emergency preparedness.

COVID-19 Resources For Researchers
This page will inform the community about policies, procedures and activities related to UofL's virus protection and response efforts, including the UofL Campus Health Services web site.

If you are working on COVID-19 related research, please complete this short form so that we can help connect you with funding agencies and program managers.

University of Louisville N95 Decontamination Program
Learn more about this important program and how to participate.

Funding Opportunities

Grant Funding Opportunities for research specifically targeting SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, COVID-19, and the condition’s detection, prevention and treatment.

Offices Open

EVPRI Offices are open and working remotely. See our Office/Staff web page for contact information.

Collaborate

Join other researchers in our COVID-19 Research group on Microsoft Teams. This open group is a virtual space to share ideas, brainstorm and collaborate on related research.