The following is a collection of resources from journals, publishers and vendors and aggregators of scientific research. These links give students, researchers and the public a view as to what is being done now in real time. Because of the swiftly moving nature of this pandemic, most of these studies are preliminary and have not gone through the peer review process.

What researchers are studying

  • American Society of Microbiology. The COVID-19 Research Registry contains top-ranked research articles curated by experts.
  • ClinicalTrials.gov. Information is provided and updated by the sponsor or principal investigator of the clinical study. Studies are generally submitted to the website (that is, registered) when they begin, and the information on the site is updated throughout the study. In some cases, results of the study are submitted after the study ends.
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Evidence Collection. From Evidence Aid, a UK-based humanitarian organization that collates and summarizes the best-available evidence about how to effectively prepare for and respond to disasters and emergencies.
  • COVID-19 Literature Surveillance. An affiliated group of medical students, PhDs and physicians bring you the bottom line on the latest SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 research. The newest articles are read and then graded based on their level of evidence.
  • COVID-19 Open Research Dataset. A free resource of over 29,000 scholarly articles, including over 13,000 with full text, about COVID-19 and the coronavirus family of viruses for use by the global research community. MIT Innovation Initiative.
  • COVID-19 Open Research Map. Allows you to interactively explore research output related to COVID-19, coronavirus and SARS-CoV-2 published since Jan. 1, 2020.
  • National Institutes of Health. LitCovid tracks the latest scientific information about COVID-19.
  • World Health Organization. The global COVID-19 research database is updated Monday through Friday from searches of bibliographic databases, hand searching, and the addition of other expert-referred scientific articles.

Academic publishers and aggregators

  • EBSCO. Information resources and expanded access to content to help you support your institutions.
  • Elsevier. Free health and medical research from Elsevier's Novel Coronavirus Information Center.
  • Wiley Online Library. Journal articles, scientific papers and book chapters from Wiley, a major publisher.

Medical journals