COVID-19 Research Support
COVID-19 has confirmed the importance of free knowledge. On this page we have compiled a number of initiatives to promote open research and data on the topic as well as information on how we can assist researchers at Uppsala University.
You will also find information on temporary changes in routines regarding our research support during the pandemic.
Recently published on COVID-19
It's not over till it's over: a narrative review of Long COVID
Lack of Evidence of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme 2 Expression and Replicative Infection by SARS-CoV-2 in Human Endothelial Cells
A Framework-Based Approach to Assessing Mental Health Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Children and Adolescents
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MAKE YOUR RESEARCH RESULTS ON COVID-19 AVAILABLE
Do you have an article about COVID-19 that is accepted for publication, or already published, in a journal? If you have published with immediate open access, you retain the copyright and can make the published version/version of record available in full text in DiVA. Otherwise, if possible, make a pre-print (submitted version) available or post-print (accepted version) in full text in DiVA. See the publisher’s policies regarding self-archiving in SHERPA RoMEO.
Book chapters may also be self-archived. Unfortunately, there is no comprehensive overview for academic book publishers. Instead, you can examine the publisher's policy in each individual case, which we can help you with. Read more about open access in practice.
COVID-19 in various research areas
Store, share and publish data at Uppsala University
Guidance for sharing research data and publications focusing on COVID-19
- Guidelines for open access to publications, data and other research outputs (European Commission, Horizon 2020)
- Follow the work on guidance documents in RDA-COVID19 Working Group, first draft April 24, 2020 (Research Data Alliance)
Compilations of research data, databases and standards