The NIH-sponsored Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery (RECOVER) Initiative was established to learn about the long-term effects of COVID. Help us find answers by sharing your experience and volunteering to participate in research. RECOVER seeks to understand, prevent, and treat long-term health effects related to COVID. Researchers call these long-lasting effects PASC (post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2). You may know them as Long COVID.
To understand Long COVID, we need to hear from people who’ve experienced it and people who had COVID and recovered quickly. You can also help us learn about the long-term effects of COVID — so we can find ways to prevent and treat them. We can also learn about COVID from people who have not had COVID.
The RECOVER Initiative includes more than 30 research teams and over 17,500 participants across the country to study the post-acute sequela of the SARS-CoV-2 infection. The study does not provide treatment, but study participants may receive in-depth testing as part of the study. All procedures and testing are completely optional and are provided through the study at no cost to the participant. We will enroll over 360 adults through our Colorado sites and follow participants for up to four years. Colorado has two enrolling locations: Please contact the study team at the location closest to you to learn more about how you can participate in this study.
University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus
Denver Health and Hospital Authority
Learn more about the RECOVER initiative
If you have questions for the team, please contact the number above.
Visits at the Anschutz Medical Campus The Anschutz Medical Campus is located west of I-225, between Colfax Avenue and Montview Boulevard.
Most visits (including all initial visits) will be on the 6th floor of the Anschutz Health Science Building 1890 N. Revere Ct, Aurora, CO 80045 (the research assistant will provide a parking code for the Vail parking lot).
For select subsequent visits that occur at UCHealth hospital please see our parking map.
The Outpatient Medical Center (OMC) is located off of Bannock and 6th Avenue (660 Bannock Street). This building is also known as Pavilion L, and appointments will be on the 2nd floor. There is free parking in a deck that is directly behind the building (P4).