Resources for COVID-19 Research

"Yale has long been a leader in social science, educating and conducting research relevant to the most pressing issues facing the world today." - Provost Scott Strobel, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has become one of the most pressing issues facing our country and the world today. The University is committed to advancing social science inquiry and scholarship to meet this moment.

This section helps to connect Yale social scientists with the resources available to them at Yale and beyond as they pursue research related to COVID-19.

Marx Science and Social Science Library

interior photo of the Marx Science and Social Science Library at Yale UniversityThe Marx Science and Social Science Library supports teaching, learning, and research in the sciences, social sciences, and interdisciplinary fields. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Yale University Library is committed to supporting faculty, students, and staff by offering online remote access services.  As of June 25, the Library began a phased reopening process. Read the Reopening FAQ and other COVID-19 Updates.

Research Computing

Yale Center for Research Computing (YCRC): Administers cyber-infrastructure, advanced computing, and data processing technology, including high performance computing (HPC) and research environments.

Research ITS

ITS Research Technologies Consulting: Consults about topics such as, data storage and database design for research projects, custom application development, and security compliance as related to HIPAA, FERPA & Human Subjects (HRPP) research protocols.

Research Contracts

The Office of Sponsored Projects: Reviews, negotiates, and finalizes contracts with corporate partners, the Federal Government and complex agreements with Foundations.