COVID-19 @ NIBIB

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NIBIB's goal is to accelerate research, translation, and commercialization of technologies that will provide solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic.

NIBIB is administering the RADx® Tech and Advanced Technology Platforms (ATP) programs. These programs are part of the NIH RADx® Initiative to increase testing capacity and accessibility for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID. In addition, NIBIB is supporting other technology development, imaging approaches, and digital platforms to address the pandemic.

Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx®) Tech and ATP Programs

The RADx® Tech program is part of the NIH RADx® Initiative to increase testing capacity and accessibility for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID. 

Summary data on proposals submitted to the RADx® Tech and ATP Programs.

The MakeMyTestCount.org website is an easy way to anonymously report test results for any brand of at-home COVID-19 test. This helps public health departments to assess needs and provide resources. Report your test results here

COVID-19 Research across NIBIB

Listing of COVID-19 related grants funded by NIBIB.

Learn how this collaborative network is using medical imaging and clinical data sciences to reveal unique features of COVID-19. Learn more about this resource.

Videos

View videos about RADx® Tech/ATP programs, interviews with the NIBIB Director and more.

Program Contacts

RADx® Tech/ATP programmatic or technical inquiries: info.radx@poctrn.org

All other RADx® Tech/ATP Applicants: RADxNIBIB@mail.nih.gov

SBIR/STTR Applicants: NIBIB-SBIR@mail.nih.gov

All others: COVID19NIBIB@nih.gov

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