COVID-19 response and updates
NC TraCS updates
We are still open for business!
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop in North Carolina and around the world, we are following the University’s lead and adjusting our on-campus office schedule as needed. Though physical offices are closed for the moment, NC TraCS remains open for business virtually. This will give us the opportunity to continue our work with the research faculty and staff we already serve, and presents a chance for us to help researchers who have yet to use our services.
Explore our services and request a consultation today!
Remote Data Collection
For researchers conducting studies remotely due to COVID-19, the CaSE team offers tips and tools for conducting qualitative data collection remotely.
UNC Research updates
UNC-Chapel Hill has reduced operations and limited access to campus. Research, however, is encouraged to be conducted remotely to enable the UNC research enterprise to continue its important work.
Visit research.unc.edu/covid-19 to view Key Takeaways for UNC Researchers and up-to-date information on research operations.
Coronavirus Drug Shows Promise at UNC
UNC researchers are doing their part in the fight against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Watch this video to learn more.
Read more at research.unc.edu/in-pursuit
UNC Health updates
UNC Health Begins COVID-19 Testing at UNC Medical Center
Clinical microbiology experts at the UNC Medical Center and UNC School of Medicine in Chapel Hill have developed a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) diagnostic test based on the World Health Organization (WHO) assay. It is now in use to conduct COVID-19 testing for UNC Health patients in accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidance for individuals who meet criteria set by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)...
UNC-Chapel Hill updates
The University is actively working on contingency plans as operations change to manage any impact of COVID-19 on our community. Updates on the University's response to COVID-19 are continuously provided on UNC's Coronavirus Updates page.