Johns Hopkins, Harvard & 13 others win COVID-19 data research grants from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 

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Fifteen organizations, including Johns Hopkins University and Harvard University, recently were chosen as recipients of COVID-19 data research grants funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

The grant program is focused on ensuring health researchers have the data and resources they need to study the impact of COVID-19. Through the program, recipients get access to the COVID-19 Research Database, which is the result of a cross-sector partnership of health organizations' deidentified patient datasets. 

The grant winners will start researching their specific COVID-19 data projects this summer, according to the June 17 news release. 

Here are the 15 awardees, listed in no particular order: 

  • George Mason University 
  • Sugo Ventures 
  • Johns Hopkins University 
  • Harvard University 
  • University of North Florida 
  • University of Texas at Austin 
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • University of Washington 
  • University of Baltimore 
  • Urban Institute 
  • SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University 
  • Tulane University School of Medicine 
  • University of Michigan 
  • American University of Beirut 
 

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