How the Broad community is responding to COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic presents increasing public health challenges, scientists from around the world have responded with openness and unprecedented speed, studying the SARS-CoV-2 virus and working to develop new diagnostic technologies, treatments, and tools for researchers. Scientists at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard are contributing to this global effort in a variety of ways.
Learn more about data portals and analytic resources being developed by Broad data scientists and software engineers to support COVID-19-related research.
Data & Portals
April 22, 2020
Terra and Single Cell Portal teams release new COVID-19 resource pages
April 8, 2020
As scientists around the world analyze COVID-19 data, the Terra and Single Cell Portal teams in the Broad Data Sciences Platform (DSP) are prioritizing work to support the efforts. In collaboration with Broad scientists, these DSP teams have created the infrastructure for processing, analyzing, and sharing COVID-19 viral genomic data and single-cell sequencing data. Read more on the newly released COVID-19 resource pages from Terra and the Single Cell Portal.