COVID-19 Evidence Commons

Project: Research project

Project Details


COVID-19 Evidence Commons COVID-19 Evidence Commons Since the start of the pandemic, The has committed $1 billion to support national and global efforts, led by organizations including Arizona State University (ASU) to mitigate the economic and social impact of the COVID-19 crisis. To continue our collaborative efforts towards accomplishing this mission, ASU seeks to expand its existing partnership with The with the addition of COVID-19 Evidence Commons. The need for reliable information about the broad and deep scientific efforts related to COVID testing and related protocols is clear. COVID-19 Evidence Commons is our response to this essential need for access to the research data in a focused site. COVID-19 Evidence Commons is aligned with ASUs commitment to advancing research and discovery of public value. Central to this vision is the College of Health Solutions (CHS), the only health college of its kind, designed to translate scientific health research and discovery into practice. CHS programs prepare students to address the challenges facing populations to stay healthy, improve their health and manage chronic disease with a goal of improving health outcomes. Further, CHS collaborates with relevant colleges, offices and departments across ASU and holds significant and strategic partnerships with Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Banner Health, Dignity Health, HonorHealth, Mountain Park Health Center, and multiple school districts. Notably, ASU has extensive operating knowledge and contacts within the current testing ecosystem. Its unique Master of Science degree program in Biomedical Diagnostics is the only program of its kind in the world and focuses on diagnostics as an independent academic discipline.
Effective start/end date7/1/2112/31/22


  • Rockefeller Foundation: $380,118.00


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