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  • May 28, 2021

GHUCCTS featured in National Black Nurses Association for Howard University's Novavax COVID-19 Clinical Trial


GHUCCTS is featured in the Winter 2021 edition of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) Newsletter for our work helping with the planning, recruitment, and implementation efforts of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine study at Howard University.

You can read more about the Novavax trial and our partnership with Howard University in the newsletter article Howard University: Leading the Way to Inclusion of Diverse Groups in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials. Florencia Gonzalez, MPH, Community Networks Manager at Howard University and Co-Director of the GHUCCTS Including Diverse Populations team, authored the article. 

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