A study by Northern Arizona University and the Translational Genomics Research Institute revealed the antibodies that fight non-COVID coronaviruses might affect the body’s response to COVID-19. A University of Arizona research team is developing a smartphone-based COVID-19 test that gives results in 10 minutes. Vaccine distribution is increasing across the state and efforts are underway to build trust at a time when Arizona is seeing positive trends with a decrease in new cases and hospitalizations.
NAU-TGen study finds old colds could affect body’s COVID-19 response / KJZZ
Previous coronaviruses affect antibodies, NAU-TGen study shows / Arizona Daily Sun
Inside a new COVID-19 treatment that’s keeping Arizonans out of the hospital / Arizona Republic
Smartphone app could let University of Arizona students conduct their own COVID-19 tests / Arizona Daily Star
Scientists, physicians in Arizona reflect on year of COVID-19 pandemic / Arizona Daily Star
Health officials keep close eye as COVID-19 variants found in Arizona / Cronkite News
Arizona’s outbreak is improving, but still among country’s most severe / KJZZ
State-run vaccination site opens at Phoenix Municipal Stadium with 500 shots daily / Arizona Republic
About 800 people now getting COVID-19 vaccine at University of Arizona daily / Arizona Daily Star
Overcoming vaccine doubts and fears will require outreach and education, experts say / Cronkite News
ASU Biodesign director: Vaccine hasn’t had effect on COVID numbers yet / KTAR
Last-resort treatment helped save Chandler father from COVID-19 / KTAR
National autism group building treatment centers, hiring 650 in Phoenix / Phoenix Business Journal
Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers, one of the largest autism therapy service providers in the nation, is expanding in Arizona with 11 new centers planned this year in metro Phoenix, Flagstaff, and Tucson.
My View: Arizona startups gaining street cred – and investment – from VCs / Phoenix Business Journal (Op-ed)
Arizona, through its collective efforts, has built an ecosystem that can help build the next crop of world-changing companies, writes John Francis, founding partner of Stout Street Capital.
Feb. 9-11: System of Hospitals for Innovation in Pediatrics–Medical Devices
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