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Hodder, WVU team to lead $1.5 million, multi-state data project to examine COVID-19 outcomes, treatments

The power of data, often an underappreciated catalyst to fixing the world’s pressing problems, was recognized by Dr. Sally Hodder as a critical key in battling COVID-19 before West Virginia even reported its first case. Months later, her vision has taken to the national stage, as Hodder and a team at West Virginia University earned a $1.5 million federal grant to head a multi-state consortium for a centralized, national data resource.