They are working with us.

This section outlines the wide range of COVID-19 related medical studies, clinical trials and surveys presently being conducted that will broaden our understanding of the disease and lead us to a cure.

Here the list of Medical, Scientific and Academic research partners.

  • Post Title: University of Michigan: Help others by sharing your COVID-19 story! [Research]
  • Study Description: Doctors and researchers from the University of Michigan want to hear your stories of care and recovery throughout your journey with COVID-19. With your voice, we will be developing resources for patients and those caring for them that better support patient recovery from home. The HEART (Health Enhanced by Adjusting and Recovering Together) Project [HUM00158390] knows family, friends, and community are so important during recovery, which is why we are seeking input from two perspectives:
  • (1) Adults in the U.S. who were hospitalized with COVID-19 but are now recovering from home
  • (2) Adults in the U.S. who were caring for someone recovering from home after being hospitalized with COVID-19
  • Date of Approval: 8/20/2020
  • OHRP IRB Registration Number(s): IRB00000244

  • Project Title: The Sociocultural Dimensions of COVID-19
  • Study description: A group of international researchers are working together to interview and survey people about living during the pandemic. Findings from the research include increasing knowledge on pandemics and xenophobia, the importance of sovereignty in pandemic response, using disability justice frameworks to understand pandemic ableism, investigating the relationship between social movements and COVID-19, and understanding gender and political orientation. The team is also investigating strategies for well-being and patient-provider communication.
  • Project Leads: Dr. Lisa J Hardy, PhD, MA. Associate Professor of Anthropology, Director of the Social Science Community Engagement Lab, and editor of the journal Practicing Anthropology.
  • Dr. Leah Mundell, Lecturer of Anthropology and Co-director Social Science Community Engagement Lab, Coordinator of the Civic Engagement Minor at Northern Arizona University.
  • Approval date: April 2020 project number 1578410-5


New Mexico State University

  • Project: 'The lived experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) populations affected by COVID-19 within developed countries'
  • FROM: The Office of Research Integrity and Compliance
  • TO: Mary Alice ScottCo PI: Michelle King-Okoye Department Head: Rani Alexander
  • DATE: August 6th, 2020
  • Project Number: #20276
  • Approval Period: August 6th, 2020 - August 5th, 2021
  • Office of the Vice President for Research
  • INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD (IRB) Dr. Merranda Romero Marin, Chair
  • MSC 3 RES New Mexico State University P.O. Box 3001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
  • Phone: 575-646-7177 Fax: 575-646-2480 Email: ovpr@nmsu.edu

Dr Michelle Maxine King-Okoye is a research scholar at the Ronin Institute, an alumna of the University of Surrey, United Kingdom and a research consultant at The Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE).