Brown students’ nationwide study aims to gather perspectives on COVID-19 vaccines

DR. CARLA MOREIRA, center, and research students Skenda Jean-Charles, left, and Kiara Corcoran Ruiz are among those at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University who have launched an anonymous survey created to determine whether race, place of residence and political beliefs play a role in opinions on COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. / COURTESY PRACTICE MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
PROVIDENCE – Research students at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University are hoping to get a sense of whether various factors, including race and geography, influence perspectives on COVID-19 vaccinations across the United States. Participants in the study, conducted by the school’s SURGE Lab, complete an online form. The anonymous survey is open to…

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