COVID-19 Research Project Tracker tracks research projects funded by GLOPID-R member nations (UK, Canada, France, Japan, Australia, and others), and maps these against WHO priorities, in order to identify unmet needs in research and reduce duplication
COVID-19 Resources Canada (McGill University and University of Toronto) is collecting Canadian resources for researchers, as well as policy makers and public. This includes a compiled list of active Canadian research projects (non-comprehensive, but is constantly updated)
NIH Reporter (National Institutes of Health) enables researchers to upload details of research projects and clinical trials, in order to find collaborators or reduce redundancy & replication. Users can also search the database to find projects
Live Map of COVID-19 Evidence (Norwegian Institute of Public Health) combines several sources, including the EPPI data map, to provide an overview of scientific publications on COVID-19 categorized parsed into themes, providing quick access to specific topic-relevant publications
R&D Blueprint (World Health Organization) presents a “coordinated global research roadmap”, summarizing key knowledge gaps and currently ongoing research
Collaborators and partners for COVID-19 research
Canadian networks and partners
The Ontario Ministry of Health has launched the COVID-19 Challenge Questions Initiative outlining key COVID-19 research areas in need of actionable solutions. This initiative aims to accelerate the generation and translation of research and data analytic insights in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CanCOVID is a networking platform launched by the Office of the Chief Scientist to build collaboration, coordination, and open data sharing between all aspects of Canada's COVID-19 response, including researchers, clinicians, policy specialists, industry representatives, etc.
NSERC Alliance COVID-19 grant database (National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada) is designed to facilitate collaboration by collecting calls for experts by NSERC Alliance COVID-19 grantees
Crowdhelix Network (Crowdhelix) is offering free access to their “open innovation” platform in order to connect international researchers developing research and development proposals
Coronavirus Innovation Map (StartupBlink) is an international map of coronavirus projects by startups, industry groups, and others, which aims at creating connections between researchers, startups, and policy makers
COVID19 Innovation Hub (Global Innovation Exchange) provides a database of startups and industry partners hoping to contribute to COVID-19 research, and collates and maps international innovations related to COVID-19
COVID Collaborator (ZymeWorks) aggregates drug development experts offering expert, discounted or bro-bono services for drug and vaccine development
NIH Reporter (National Institutes of Health) enables researchers to upload details of research projects and clinical trials, in order to find collaborators or reduce redundancy. Users can also search the database to find projects.
Coronavirus Global R&I Collaboration Portal (European Commission) is a dedicated online platform inviting researchers from Europe and across the world to contribute to addressing the socio-economic challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Compilations of COVID-19 funding opportunities
COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources (Infoed) utilizes a research funding search engine to collect a database of international COVID-19 funding opportunities