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Researchers within the RECOVER Initiative share their progress to understand, treat, and prevent Long COVID through research publications. Follow the latest science from RECOVER’s research studies below.

Visit the Research Summaries page to learn about RECOVER’s Long COVID research in a format that’s easy to understand.

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EHR Adult

Are fewer cases of diabetes mellitus diagnosed in the months after SARS-CoV-2 infection? A population-level view in the EHR-based RECOVER Program

Reddy, NV; Yeh, HC; Tronieri, JS; et al., Journal of Clinical and Translational Science,
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EHR Adult

Coding Long COVID: Characterizing a new disease through an ICD-10 lens

Pfaff, ER; Madlock-Brown, C; Baratta, JM; et al., BMC Medicine,
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EHR Adult

Generalisable Long COVID subtypes: Findings from the NIH N3C and RECOVER programmes

Reese, JT; Blau, H; Casiraghi, E; et al., eBioMedicine,
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EHR Adult

Data-driven identification of post-acute SARS-CoV-2 infection subphenotypes

Zhang, H; Zang, C; Xu, Z; et al., Nature Medicine,
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EHR Adult Pediatric

Association between SARS-CoV-2 infection and select symptoms and conditions 31 to 150 days after testing among children and adults

Zhang, Y; Romieu-Hernandez, A; Boehmer, TK; et al., medRxiv,
Pathobiology Adult

ME/CFS and post-exertional malaise among patients with Long COVID

Jason, LA; Dorri, JA, Neurology International,
Pathobiology Adult

Persistent post-COVID-19 smell loss is associated with immune cell infiltration and altered gene expression in olfactory epithelium

Finlay, JB; Brann, DH; Abi Hachem, R; et al., Science Translational Medicine,
Pathobiology Review Adult

The neurobiology of Long COVID

Monje, M; Iwasaki, A, Neuron,
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