Impact of COVID-19 on Researchers
COVID-19 Research Projects
Investigators at UT Southwestern from across the entire spectrum of clinical, data, and basic sciences have risen to the global challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Return to Full Occupancy
Research laboratories may return to 100% occupancy. All personnel are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and maintain safe physical distancing as much as possible.
Following the reopening of our research laboratories, we provide the following guidelines for planning resumption of patient research activities.
This informational webinar for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate school faculty covers the current guidelines for safely working in labs.
- Steven Leach, M.D., Director, Student Health Services
- Natalie Lundsteen, Ph.D., Assistant Dean, Graduate School
- Stuart Ravnik, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Graduate School
- John Schoggins, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Microbiology
- Terin Ziebarth, FNP-C, Student Health Services
- Andrew Zinn, M.D., Ph.D., Dean, Graduate School
If you have logistical questions about research procedures at UT Southwestern’s hospital, clinics, and campus, including COVID-19 screening forms and surveys (in English and Spanish), refer to the Office of Clinical Research (needs VPN to access).
Animal and Basic (Laboratory) Research
Check the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) site (needs VPN to access) for important updates.