N3C CTR DURs

The table below shows all DURs obtained by participating CTRs. Search by keywords from the DURs title in the search bar, and view abstract’s by clicking “Show Abstract” on the right.


N3C CTR DURs

N3C CTR DURs

Last Updated On: 12/6/21
DUR Title PI(s) Institution CTR Abstract
A Descriptive Analysis of Patients with COVID-19 Infection across MaineHealthChristina HoltMaine Medical CenterMaine Show Abstract
Alcohol Use and Respiratory Outcomes in COVID19 InfectionsAlfred AnzaloneUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 in people with multiple sclerosis treated with B cell depleting therapiesAlfred AnzaloneUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Comorbidity Comparisons Between COVID-19 Negative and COVID-19 Positive Cohorts in N3CAlfred AnzaloneUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Upper GI Bleeding and COVID-19 Outcomes in Emergency Department and Inpatient SettingsAlfred AnzaloneUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Ideal Approach to Higher Level Oxygenation in COVID19: Early vs. Late IntubationEmma NashUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Malnutrition and COVID-19 OutcomesAlfred AnzaloneUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Reoccurrence of COVID infection and related long term impactRan DaiUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Using Machine Learning to differentiate COVID-19 infection with seasonal fluRan DaiUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterNebraska Show Abstract
Gastroenterological Manifestations of COVID-19 and Clinical OutcomesWilliam HillegassUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterMississippi Show Abstract
Characteristics and Outcomes of Hospitalized Children with COVID-19Kamakshya PatraWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
COVID 19 disease outcomes in patients with Inflammatory bowel diseaseYousaf HadiWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
COVID 19 outcomes in Cardiooncology patientsBrijesh PatelWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
COVID-19 Impact on Individuals with Disabilities and their FamiliesLesley CottrellWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
COVID-19 Treatments Associated with Lower MortalitySally HodderWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
COVID-19 Vaccine Influence on ThrombosisMichael YurchakWest Virginia School of Osteopathic MedicineWest Virginia Show Abstract
Impact of COVID-19 on patients with Cardiovascular DiseaseJacob NeumannWest Virginia School of Osteopathic MedicineWest Virginia Show Abstract
Incidence and outcomes of COVID-19 infection in patients with chronic liver diseaseArmaghan-e-Rehman MansoorWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
Postoperative complications following total joint arthroplasty in Covid+ patientsJami PincavitchWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
Risk factors, care disparities and outcomes for gastrointestinal hemorrhage in patients with COVID-19 infectionArmaghan-e-Rehman MansoorWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
Utility of Cardiac Biomarkers for the Prognostications in Patients with COVID-19 infectionMohammed OsmanWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes with COVID-19 related ECMO TherapyMegan VarvoutisWest Virginia UniversityWest Virginia Show Abstract
Examining non-spatial examples of Simpson’s ParadoxWill BeasleyUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences CenterOklahoma Show Abstract
Rural Health Domain Team General WorkspaceWill BeasleyUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences CenterOklahoma Show Abstract
Workflow Construction with Synthetic Data -Version 1Will BeasleyUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences CenterOklahoma Show Abstract
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on weight-gain trends in the USRahmatollah BeheshtiUniversity of DelawareDelaware Show Abstract
Modelling of Covid-19 ProgressionJonathan HicksNemoursDelware Show Abstract
Role of comorbidities, sex hormones, inflammatory biomarkers, and socio-demographic factors in sex differences of COVID-19 outcomesYilin YoshidaTulaneLouisiana Show Abstract