Lawson’s Administration Team remains committed to our community and will continue to meet the needs of research; however, we may ourselves experience reduced capacity and service levels.
Information for research participants:
In our ongoing efforts to help keep the community safe, virtual visits for all study participants are being encouraged whenever possible. You may still be asked to come to a hospital site for your visit if it is essential as part of your care and participation in the research study.
Your study team will contact you directly if there are any changes to your involvement including scheduled visits. You can also contact the study team should you have questions about your involvement and treatment (if applicable). Where possible, research teams will be using telephone or online communication to connect with you.
Any questions or concerns can be sent to Lawson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Health Care London sites have implemented visitor restrictions and active screening for anyone entering the buildings.
Information for study sponsors:
Lawson Health Research Institute values the partnerships we share with sponsors to advance the health of patients around the world. As the second wave of COVID-19 progresses with rising cases across the province and country, we must continue to facilitate sponsor visits using virtual methods to protect the health and safety of our community.
Please download our remote monitoring guidance document and check back regularly for the most recent version (last updated on June 3, 2021).
For more information or questions, pleases contact Lawson’s Quality Assurance and Education team at email@example.com.
Updates from our hospital and academic partners:
For more information about COVID-19, please visit the Middlesex London Health Unit website.
The COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be one of the most pressing health challenges of our time. With a rising number of cases and deaths worldwide, there’s a global urgency to finding a solution.
As the research institute of London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Lawson excels in rapid response research and is uniquely positioned to tackle this problem from within hospital walls.
Find out more about how our research community is responding in the battle against COVID-19:
- Examining the health impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on mothers and their new babies
- ‘This will be a huge benefit for society because sepsis is the leading cause of death worldwide’
- Researchers team up with Diagnostics Biochem Canada to study COVID-19
- Monitoring the effects of COVID-19 quarantine measures on young adults with mood and anxiety disorders
- COVID-19 shown to leave unique lung fingerprint
- Dialysis patients four times more likely to die from COVID-19 infection
- Most instructions for inserting COVID-19 nasopharyngeal swabs don’t go deep enough, research finds
- Calming the cytokine storm
- Study identifies biomarkers that could be used in a quick, inexpensive COVID-19 blood screening tool
- Assessing the pandemic’s impact on Canadian Veterans and their spouses
- Researchers recruiting front-line healthcare workers for trial intervention during COVID-19 pandemic
- Stroke can be the first presenting symptom of younger patients with COVID-19
- Evaluating virtual symptom tracking for COVID-19 positive patients, new study
- Examining how the pandemic affects Southwestern Ontario’s frontline hospital workers
- Researchers unravel two mysteries of COVID-19
- Researchers to study inhaled sedatives as solution to COVID-19 drug shortages
- Study testing benefit of antibodies from people recovered from COVID-19 on severe cases of infection
- Researchers seek Canadian health care workers for study on moral distress during COVID-19 pandemic
- Pulmonary surfactant potential treatment for COVID-19-induced respiratory failure
- CIHR funding for COVID-19 enables researchers to investigate virus transmission during surgery and pandemic planning
- Researchers first in world to profile the body’s immune response to COVID-19
- Lawson teams respond rapidly to call for research
- Provincial funding enables coronavirus research in London, Ontario
- Diagnosing COVID-19 using artificial intelligence
- New device could reduce COVID-19 infection risk and demand for invasive ventilators
- Canadian team first in world to treat COVID-19 with specialized dialysis
- Supporting a rapid research response during the pandemic
- London researchers join global initiative to study loss of smell in COVID-19 patients
- Mobilizing hospital-based research in the battle against COVID-19
- Study to examine inflammatory response in patients with COVID-19
- Local COVID-19 research supported by St. Joseph’s Health Crisis Fund