Neurocognitive and Neuropsychiatric Impact of Chemosensory Alterations: Implications of Olfactory Dysfunction in COVID-19
|Male and Female Patients
|Jonathan Overdevest, MD: 212-305-6130 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Our research team at Columbia University is trying to understand the impact of COVID-19 on smell and taste (chemosensory) dysfunction among adult patients from the Greater New York City area. Current areas of study include: 1) Investigation of smell and taste recovery patterns among patients with COVID-19; 2) Studies on how recovery of smell and taste after COVID-19 can be improved; 3) Investigation into the neurological and neuropsychiatric impact of smell and taste loss as a result of COVID-19, and 4) Evaluation of demographic and socioeconomic factors in COVID-19 infection and recovery rates. Individuals interested in smell and taste research and those who suffered from smell and taste loss during the COVID-19 pandemic are encouraged to reach out to our team to discuss the intake process and available studies in which to participate.
Jonathan Overdevest, MD, PhD
|Are you 18 years of age or older?
|With your COVID-19 infection, did you experience smell loss and recover OR do you still have smell dysfunction?
|Are you interested in learning more about your sense of smell recovery?