COVID-19 Updates & Resources
Resumption of Research
Cardinal Research Recovery
Beginning on June 22, 2020, Stanford Research will enter Stage 2. This Research Recovery Handbook focuses on guidance for Stages 0 – 2. It currently covers laboratories, libraries, and field research, and will be expanded for other areas of scholarship and updated as conditions develop. Please refer to the website for more information.
Guidance on Stanford Research Activities
On-campus Essential Research Functions Guide for PIs and Chairs (Mar. 29, 2020)
Critical on-campus laboratory activities (Mar. 17, 2020)
Guidance on Returning to Stanford
Cardinal Recovery: The Stanford Guide for Returning to Campus
Cardinal Recovery provides information on public health, phases of operational recovery at Stanford, hygiene habits for on-campus work, training and symptom reporting requirements, and guidelines for building managers. It also includes guidance to help members of the Stanford research community navigate the resumption of research activities. Visit website.
COVID-19 Hygiene Best Practices Training
Stanford will require all faculty, staff, postdocs, and students employed by the university to complete an online training course, “COVID-19 Hygiene Best Practices,” before returning to work on campus, starting with those who are currently working onsite at any University-owned location (including off-campus labs). Register for EHS-2470-WEB course in STARS. Read more.
Stanford Health Check Tool
To support the safety of the Stanford community on our campuses, those working in-person at a Stanford facility must report their health status through the university’s Health Check tool. in order to obtain a daily virtual Online Access Badge from the Stanford University online tool. Read more.
Stanford Social Distancing Protocol
Under the newest Santa Clara County public health order, Stanford has developed an updated social distancing protocol for our facilities in Santa Clara County. You can read about the protocol on the Health Alerts website. Read more.
Stanford COVID-19 Resources
Stanford School of Medicine
Stanford Medicine is closely monitoring the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This page is dedicated to the latest information and developments about COVID-19. Click here.
Stanford Children's Health
Stanford Children’s Health continues to provide high-quality care to our patient families, and to support our care teams, staff, and community. This page includes FAQs on COVID-19. Click here.
Stanford Health Care
Stanford Medicine continues to follow all protocols recommended by the CDC to keep our community safe and reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Stanford Health Care provides resources on COVID-19. Click here.
Resources & Guidance on Research
Department of Pediatrics COVID-19 Updates and Resources
This page provides Pediatrics resources for research, and updates and resources from NIH, RMG, and Sponsored Research Project.
DoResearch: COVID-19 Research Continuity Resources
This site provides University and Sponsor guidance, funding opportunities, and more.
Research Management Group’s COVID-19 Updates and Resources
The site provides updated guidance and information from Research Management Group as it becomes available from NIH.
Spectrum COVID-19 Updates & Resources
This site provides guidance regarding research activities and additional resources related to COVID-19.
Stanford Research Compliance Office - Institutional Review Board (IRB)
This site provides guidance related to any COVID-19 clinical research, including studies that require Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval as well as quality improvement projects.
Stanford’s Sponsored Research Projects Information and Resources
The Stanford Office of Research Administration provides COVID-19 information from government agencies, sponsors, and Stanford University, for guidance on sponsored research activities.
COVID-19 Updates from MCHRI
In light of Stanford University’s health advisory around social distancing and capacity restrictions for campus events due to concerns related to COVID-19:
- MCHRI Seminar Series scheduled after June will be moved to virtual sessions. Please view the MCHRI Seminar Series page for the latest updates.
- The 3rd annual MCHRI Symposium set for Friday, November 6, 2020 has been moved to a virtual conference. Please visit the MCHRI Symposium page for the latest information.
MCHRI Research Programs
No-Cost Extension Policy
During the COVID-19 health crisis, MCHRI is acting in accordance with our no-cost extension (NCX) policy.* MCHRI allows requests for NCXs of up to 6 additional months due to unforeseen circumstances. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis and must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the award end date. We anticipate a NCX for your MCHRI award may be necessary given the restrictions on research due to COVID-19. We are requesting recipients of awards impacted by COVID-19 to complete the online NCX form through the link here. MCHRI requires an update on progress to date and asks that you provide an assessment of the impact from COVID-19 on your research in your request. This information will be taken into consideration at the time of final progress report. These are no-cost extensions only and any requests for additional funds will not be considered.
*NCX’s are not allowed for MCHRI Bridge, Clinical (MD) Trainee & Postdoctoral Support awards.
For questions about MCHRI updates related to COVID-19, please contact MCHRI Adminstration.
COVID-19 Virtual Town Halls & Webinars
August 19, 2020, 8:00am-9:00am
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Grand Rounds - Stanford Department of Medicine: The COVID 19 Pandemic through a Gendered Lens
Michele Barry, MD, FACP, Drs. Ben & A. Jess Shenson Professor, Senior Associate Dean, Global Health, Director, Center For Innovation In Global Health, Professor Of Medicine
August 19, 2020, 9:30am-10:30am
ORA & RMG COVID-19 Town Hall: Foreign Influence on Sponsored Research Continued and Covid-19 Update
The discussion of foreign influence on collaborative sponsored research will continue from our previous town hall. Foreign influence components in research administration will be reviewed, and guidance on how to help researchers comply with disclosure requirements will be discussed.
Zoom Link | Password: 081920 | Webinar ID: 919 3839 8647
August 21, 2020, 10:00am-11:00am
Research Office Town Hall with Dr. Ruth O’Hara, Senior Associate Dean for Research
Zoom Link | Password: 635232 | Webinar ID: 984 6153 3373
August 26, 2020, 8:00am-9:00am
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Grand Rounds - Stanford Department of Medicine: COVID-19 Effects in the Gastrointestinal Tract & Liver
Presentation on COVID-19 Effects in the Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver by Paul Kwo, MD, and Renumathy Dhanasekaran, MD.
COVID-19 Research at Stanford
Stanford Medicine Research >
Stanford Medicine scientists have launched dozens of research projects as part of the global response to COVID-19. Some aim to prevent, diagnose and treat the disease; others aim to understand how it spreads and how people’s immune systems respond to it. Click here.
Stanford RISE: Research Across Campus >
Stanford researchers quickly developed novel ways of testing for COVID-19, began testing drugs that might treat the disease and modeled the effects of social distancing. This site includes a list of COVID-19 research and projects being done on campus (SUNet login). Click here.
Participate in COVID-19 Research: Stanford Medicine Research Registry
The Stanford Medicine Research Registry connects people like you, with teams conducting research, to improve health care and well-being. If you are eligible for a study, researchers may contact you to provide additional details on how to participate.