Application developer Savannah Obregon was featured in the January 28 issue of the ACTIV-6 Site Newsletter, which is published twice a month by Duke Clinical Research Institute. Her contributions to the study range from front-end presentations to back-end programming, including displays of study data on the Support Site landing page, the site's FAQ, the creation of a back-up server for emergency randomization, and auto-generating alerts. As stated in the issue, "her work is invaluable to site enrollment and the smooth operation of the study as a whole."
To date, the ACTIV-6 research study has enrolled more than three thousand participants. To learn more about the quest to help people with COVID-19 feel better faster, visit activ6study.org.
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