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Mapping Ryerson’s COVID-19 research

Explore our interactive map to discover how researchers from across the university have reacted to the pandemic

Ryerson researchers have been at the forefront of responding to the global health crisis of COVID-19, whether it’s pivoting ongoing research or undertaking entirely new projects. From examining social impacts and the effects on our mental health, to advancing policy, to tracking the virus and developing new technologies, our researchers are meeting the many challenges presented by the pandemic. 

Hover over the flashing dots in the map below to begin, click through to read the articles.

Indigenous Health Health-Care Strategies Social Impact Diagnosis and Treatment Public Health Policy Technology Mental Health Infrastructure Work and Economy

To view the fully interactive version of Mapping Ryerson’s COVID-19 Research, visit the Ryerson Research blog, external link, opens in new window.

Public health

Tracking and containing the virus

Health-care strategies

Evolving health-care strategies in a pandemic

Social impact

Examining issues affecting communities

Work and economy

Assessing impacts on the economy and work

Infrastructure

Exploring the resilience of our cities

Diagnosis and treatment

Tackling COVID-19 from the lab

Indigenous health

Investigating impacts on Indigenous health

Policy

Adapting policies for pandemics

Technology

Leveraging innovative technology and equipment

Mental health

Studying mental health effects of the pandemic