Researchers at Queen’s are at the heart of supporting global efforts to understand the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
As we advance our knowledge of the global challenges presented by COVID-19, we are leading new research projects to address COVID-19, supporting local, national and international efforts to expand our knowledge of the pandemic and deploying this enhanced intelligence to develop solutions that will benefit our society here in Northern Ireland, across the UK and globally.
Information for Staff and Students
Latest updates from the University, for anyone with questions or concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Beyond Coronavirus: How Does The World Recover?
Queen’s was delighted to host Professor Henrietta Moore, Founder and Director of the Institute for Global Prosperity, UCL, to deliver a keynote address ‘Beyond Coronavirus: How Does The World Recover?' in May 2021.
The event examined the health and socio-economic impact of Covid-19 in the most vulnerable countries, and featured reflections by Professor Diarmuid O’Donovan, Clinical Professor, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast.
Queen's hosts 'Reflections on a Pandemic’ In Conversation event with UK Chief Medical Officers19 December 2022
Landmark study finds Covid-19 measures leading to severe mental health crisis in prisons21 July 2022
People attached to their pets more likely to be depressed and lonely during lockdown, study finds4 April 2022
Research being undertaken in Queen's across science, public health and societal aspects of this global challenge.
Latest Research Updates
Working to help find a treatment through drug screening, and leading clinical trials aimed at improving patient outcomes.
Working together to support individuals and wider society from the consequences of the COVID-19 disease.
Analysis and commentary
Read analysis and commentary from Queen’s University academics on Coronavirus.
For details of relevant research funding calls please click here