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CORC Activities

Works-In-Progress

CORC hosts regular Works-In-Progress to provide an opportunity for early-to-mid career investigators involved in COVID-related VA projects to present to colleagues for feedback. It can be a proposal or paper and at any stage where feedback is helpful. This can also include a presentation of your interests and ideas if you are looking to collaborate with anyone within the CORC network.

If you would like to present at a future CORC Works-in-Progress, please reach out to CORC Partnership and Administration Core (PAC): CORCWorksinProgress@umich.edu

CORC Impact

February 2023: Dr. Ann O’Hare presents at the VA HSR&D/QUERI National Conference | Complexity and challenges of the clinical diagnosis and management of long COVID: A qualitative study of electronic health records

February 2023: Drs. Matt Maciejewski, Denise Hynes and Amy Bohnert present at the VA HSR&D/QUERI National Conference | Learnings from the COVID-19 Observational Research Collaboratory

December 2022: CORC Leadership meet in Seattle for a CORC all-day in-person meeting with HSR&D Scientific Program Manager joining

November 2022: CORC paper briefed by VHA leaders as part of HSR&D’s publication alert process | Complexity and Challenges of the Clinical Diagnosis and Management of Long COVID

October 2022: Drs. Ann O’Hare and George Ioannou present at the VA National CMO Meeting and VA CIDER | Long-COVID Care in the VA: Results from 2 recent research papers

June 2022: Dr. George Ioannou presents at Academy Health Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in Washington DC | Long-COVID in the VA: Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19



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