COVID-19 Resource Center / Treatments & Research
Treatments & Research
From prevention and pre-exposure therapies to treatment of active infections and post-COVID-19 conditions, we can help you navigate COVID-19 and help stop the spread. Stanford Medicine is at the forefront of research and treatment of COVID-19. Here you’ll find information on what to do before, during, and after COVID-19 infection.
Preventing Infection with COVID-19
There are several steps you can take to protect yourself and others from contracting COVID-19, including staying up to date on your vaccinations and boosters, and receiving preventive therapies. Because COVID-19 spreads through respiratory droplets. wearing a mask and social distancing are also effective precautions against catching and spreading COVID-19.
Learn about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters »
Treating Active COVID-19 Infections
Find out if you are eligible to receive outpatient therapeutics and learn about Stanford Medicine research on new medications.
Explore COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics »
Learn about research to rest the oral drug Favipiravir »
Learn about the clinical trial of Interferon-Lambda for mild cases »
Recovering from COVID-19 and Long COVID
Long COVID or long-haul COVID, when symptoms persist or develop after four weeks of recovery from COVID-19, does not have a known cure at this time. Our Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome Clinic connects you to experts who leverage deep, team-based expertise to help move you toward recovery.
Learn more about Stanford Health Care Post-Acute Syndrome Clinic »
Participate in COVID-19 Research
From wearable tracking devices and daily health surveys to clinical trials of medications, Stanford Health Care offers ways for you to contribute to the understanding of COVID-19 as well as development of prevention strategies and future treatments.
Participate in a COVID-19 research study or survey »
We have launched dozens of research projects that study prevention, diagnosis, and treatment to understand the disease more fully.
- Due to flooding, the 550 Broadway drive-thru COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites in Redwood City have closed permanently.
For mild respiratory symptoms, testing before travel or a medical procedure, or if you've been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please consider using an at-home antigen test (which is normally the best course even when PCR testing is available).
If you need medical testing beyond COVID-19 testing, please contact your primary care provider.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and your family. If you have any questions, you may call (650) 498-9000.