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Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Pediatric COVID-19

Rationale: The clinical manifestations of SARS-CoV-2 infection in children are poorly characterized. Preliminary findings indicate that they may be atypical. There is a need to identify the spectrum of clinical presentations, predictors of severe disease (COVID-19) outcomes, and successful treatment strategies in this population. Goals: Primary - Describe and compare characteristics of confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infected children with symptomatic test-negative children. Secondary - 1) Describe and compare confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infected children with mild versus severe COVID-19 outcomes; 2) Describe healthcare resource utilization for, and outcomes of, screening and care of pediatric COVID-19 internationally, alongside regional public health policy changes. Methods: This prospective observational study will occur in 50 emergency departments across 11 countries. We will enroll 12,500 children who meet institutional screening guidelines and undergo SARS-CoV-2 testing. Data collection focuses on epidemiological risk factors, demographics, signs, symptoms, interventions, laboratory testing, imaging, and outcomes. Collection will occur at enrollment, 14 days, and 90 days. Timeline: Recruitment will last for 12 months (worst-case model) and will begin within 7-14 days of funding notification after ongoing expedited review of ethics and data sharing agreements. Impact: Results will be shared in real-time with key policymakers, enabling rapid evidence-based adaptations to pediatric case screening and management.

Calgary, AlbertaStart: March 2020
Safety and Immunogenicity Study of 2019-nCoV Vaccine (mRNA-1273) for Prophylaxis of SARS-CoV-2 Infection (COVID-19)

This is a phase I, open-label, dose-ranging clinical trial in males and non-pregnant females, starting at 18 years of age, inclusive, who are in good health and meet all eligibility criteria. This clinical trial is designed to assess the safety, reactogenicity and immunogenicity of mRNA-1273 manufactured by ModernaTX, Inc. mRNA-1273 is a novel lipid nanoparticle (LNP)-encapsulated mRNA-based vaccine that encodes for a full-length, prefusion stabilized spike (S) protein of SARS-CoV-2. Enrollment will occur at up to 3 domestic clinical research sites. Up to one hundred and fifty-five subjects will be enrolled into one of thirteen cohorts (10 micrograms [mcg], 25 mcg, 50 mcg, 100 mcg, and 250 mcg). Subjects will receive an intramuscular (IM) injection (0.5 milliliters [mL]) of mRNA-1273 on Days 1 and 29 in the deltoid muscle and will be followed through 12 months post second vaccination (Day 394). Follow-up visits will occur 1, 2, and 4 weeks post each vaccination (Days 8, 15, 29, 36, 43, and 57), as well as 3, 6, and 12 months post second vaccination (Days 119, 209, and 394). The primary objective is to evaluate the safety and reactogenicity of a 2-dose vaccination schedule of mRNA-1273, given 28 days apart, across 5 dosages in healthy adults. Optional Substudy: This is an optional third mRNA-1273 vaccination substudy, in subjects 18 years of age and older, who received both the first and second mRNA-1273 vaccinations in the main study and meet all other substudy eligibility criteria. This optional third mRNA-1273 vaccination substudy is designed to assess safety, reactogenicity, and immunogenicity through 12 months post third vaccination (Day 731). Subjects who receive the third mRNA-1273 vaccination will exit the Schedule of Activities for the main study and will enter the Schedule of Activities for the optional substudy. Up to one hundred and twenty subject will be enrolled into two cohorts (consisting of participating subjects who received 2 doses of 25 or 50 mcg and participating subjects who received 2 doses of 100 and 250 mcg). Subjects will receive an IM injection (0.5 mL) at a dosage of 100 mcg/0.5 mL. The primary objective is to evaluate the safety and reactogenicity of a third mRNA-1273 vaccination, at a dosage of 100 mcg.

Decatur, GeorgiaStart: March 2020
A Noninvasive Multimodal Biosensing Device for Screening and Monitoring Response to Treatment of Infectious Respiratory Diseases

Background: The COVID-19 outbreak has strained the health care system. New tools are needed for diagnostic testing and monitoring of people who have the virus. Researchers want to test a device they hope can screen, detect, and monitor symptoms linked to respiratory diseases like COVID-19. Objective: To evaluate and validate a device that measures breathing, body temperature, heart rate, and tissue oxygenation. Eligibility: Healthy adults ages 18 and older with no flu-like symptoms and no current signs of infection, cough, fever, or sneezing. Design: Participants will have a physical exam. Their vital signs will be taken. Participants will sit in a chair. They will be monitored for 60 to 80 minutes while they do the following tasks: Rest for 10 minutes. They will repeat this after each task. Hold their breath for up to 2 minutes and then rest for 2 minutes. They will do this task 3 times. Pace-breathe with breathing rates of 10, 20, and 30 breaths per minute. They will do this task 2 times. Breathe air that has 5% of carbon dioxide for 5 minutes. During these tasks, data will be collected and recorded with a pulse oximeter, thermometer, respiratory belt, and spirometer. Participants will fill out questionnaires related to their daily activity (medication intake, exercise, smoking, and drinking). Participation will last for 2 to 3 hours.

Bethesda, MarylandStart: September 2021
ACTIV-5 / Big Effect Trial (BET-A) for the Treatment of COVID-19

This is a platform trial to conduct a series of randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials using common assessments and endpoints in hospitalized adults diagnosed with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Big Effect Trial (BET) is a proof-of-concept study with the intent of identifying promising treatments to enter a more definitive study. The study will be conducted in up to 70 domestic sites and 5 international sites. The study will compare different investigational therapeutic agents to a common control arm and determine which have relatively large effects. In order to maintain the double blind, each intervention will have a matched placebo. However, the control arm will be shared between interventions and may include participants receiving the matched placebo for a different intervention. The goal is not to determine clear statistical significance for an intervention, but rather to determine which products have clinical data suggestive of efficacy and should be moved quickly into larger studies. Estimates produced from BET will provide an improved basis for designing the larger trial, in terms of sample size and endpoint selection. Products with little indication of efficacy will be dropped on the basis of interim evaluations. In addition, some interventions may be discontinued on the basis of interim futility or efficacy analyses. One or more interventions may be started at any time. The number of interventions enrolling are programmatic decisions and will be based on the number of sites and the pace of enrollment. At the time of enrollment, subjects will be randomized to receive any one of the active arms they are eligible for or placebo. Approximately 200 (100 treatment and 100 shared placebo) subjects will be assigned to each arm entering the platform and a given site will generally have no more than 3 interventions at once. The BET-A stage will evaluate the combination of remdesivir with risankizumab vs remdesivir with a risankizumab placebo. The primary objective is to evaluate the clinical efficacy of different investigational therapeutics relative to the control arm in adults hospitalized with COVID-19 according to clinical status (8-point ordinal scale) at Day 8.

Boston, MassachusettsStart: October 2020
ACTIV-5 / Big Effect Trial (BET-B) for the Treatment of COVID-19

This is a platform trial to conduct a series of randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials using common assessments and endpoints in hospitalized adults diagnosed with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Big Effect Trial (BET) is a proof-of-concept study with the intent of identifying promising treatments to enter a more definitive study. The study will be conducted in up to 70 domestic sites and 5 international sites. The study will compare different investigational therapeutic agents to a common control arm and determine which have relatively large effects. In order to maintain the double blind, each intervention will have a matched placebo. However, the control arm will be shared between interventions and may include participants receiving the matched placebo for a different intervention. The goal is not to determine clear statistical significance for an intervention, but rather to determine which products have clinical data suggestive of efficacy and should be moved quickly into larger studies. Estimates produced from BET will provide an improved basis for designing the larger trial, in terms of sample size and endpoint selection. Products with little indication of efficacy will be dropped on the basis of interim evaluations. In addition, some interventions may be discontinued on the basis of interim futility or efficacy analyses. One or more interventions may be started at any time. The number of interventions enrolling are programmatic decisions and will be based on the number of sites and the pace of enrollment. At the time of enrollment, subjects will be randomized to receive any one of the active arms they are eligible for or placebo. Approximately 200 (100 treatment and 100 shared placebo) subjects will be assigned to each arm entering the platform and a given site will generally have no more than 3 interventions at once. The BET-B stage will evaluate the combination of remdesivir with lenzilumab vs remdesivir with a lenzilumab placebo. The primary objective is to evaluate the clinical efficacy of different investigational therapeutics relative to the control arm in adults hospitalized with COVID-19 according to clinical status (8-point ordinal scale) at Day 8.

Doylestown, PennsylvaniaStart: October 2020