PASC Project


What is PASC

You may have heard the term “Long COVID” or “brain fog”. Large numbers of people who have recovered from COVID-19 continue to experience a cluster of symptoms. These symptoms can range from mild to severe and can include things like fatigue, fevers, gastrointestinal distress, and more. These effects are now being referred to as Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection, or PASC for short.

Hear from patients and clinicians about PASC in the video below.

How UIC is getting involved

The University of Illinois at Chicago has been selected to lead an Illinois-based team for the U.S. RECOVER consortium.  RECOVER is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiative that aims to understand, treat, and prevent PASC. Read more here.

Where to go for more Information

For a trusted source of information on COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) here.

Experts from the NIH discuss PASC (also known as post-acute COVID-19) here.

Check out more resources from the NIH here

How you can get involved

If you have suggestions about how we can help you or your loved ones, please email PASCProject@uic.edu

If you are interested in providing your name and contact information to join a registry and receive information about varying medical conditions, please click here.

News and Events

Check out an article published in the Chicago Tribune in which researcher and Pulmonologist, Dr. Jerry Krishnan from UIC, is interviewed regarding long-COVID.

A virtual town hall for people affected by Long COVID presented by the Illinois PASC Network.

Hosted by Dr. Jerry Krishnan, Professor of Medicine and Public Health and Associate Vice Chancellor for Population Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Learn more
Both events will cover the same topics.
Tues., Sep. 14, 6:30PM CDT
Thurs., Sep. 16, 6:30PM CDT