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COVID-19 Virus Can Persist in the Body More Than a Year after Infection

Lancet study solidifies evidence of long-term viral persistence after COVID; demonstrates urgency of sustained research into the chronic health consequences of...

New LongCOVID research launched by PolyBio’s global consortium of scientists

Funding will deepen research on the persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in LongCOVID patients and launch new clinical trials  Medford MA,...

PolyBio-supported team publishes Nature Immunology paper showing LongCovid immune dysregulation connected to SARS-COV-2 reservoirs

(Medford MA, January 11, 2023) – PolyBio is excited to announce that a study supported by its LongCovid Research Consortium was published...

PolyBio Research Foundation receives grant to grow its operations

(Medford MA, January 9, 2024) – PolyBio Research Foundation is excited to announce a new grant from the Silver Giving Foundation....

PolyBio/Harvard Medical School team receive grant to expand Long COVID biomarker study

(Medford MA, December 28 2023) – PolyBio Research Foundation is excited to announce a grant from the Wallace Foundation – a...

PolyBio Research Foundation images feature in New York Times LongCovid piece

(Medford MA, December 15, 2023) – PolyBio is excited that a new visual media article featuring Foundation-supported research was published today...

PolyBio Research Foundation receives $15M for extended Long COVID research and clinical trials

(Medford MA, November 1, 2023) – PolyBio Research Foundation has announced a $15M gift from Kanro: a philanthropic fund to support...

PolyBio-supported study finds SARS-CoV-2 proteins in Long COVID blood

(Medford MA, October 28, 2023) – PolyBio’s LongCovid Research Consortium is proud to have contributed support to a new preprint published...

Brain scan study images showing areas of neuroinflammation in long COVID

PolyBio-supported team identifies neuroinflammation in Long COVID correlated with vascular disease measures

(Medford MA, October 21, 2023) – Brain inflammation (neuroinflammation) has been proposed as a driver of Long COVID symptoms. However, no...

PolyBio-supported team connects low serotonin levels to viral persistence

(Medford MA, October 15, 2023) – PolyBio Research Foundation is excited that a paper partly supported via our LongCovid Research Consortium...

PolyBio joins new partnership to advance infection-associated chronic disease clinical care & research

(New York, NY, September 20, 2023) – PolyBio Research Foundation has announced a partnership with Mount Sinai’s Department of Rehabilitation and...

PolyBio Consortium & colleagues publishes Nature position paper on SARS-CoV-2 reservoir in Long COVID

(Medford MA, September 4, 2023) – PolyBio Research Foundation is excited to announce that a position paper written by the Organization’s...