Data within the N3C Data Enclave is provided by
sites from across the nation and contains information about
The Enclave has total rows containing:
Data as of
Who are the Patients?
The N3C Data Enclave contains data both about patients who
have had COVID-19 and those who have not. For those who have, further classification of lab-confirmed,
suspected, and possible is applied. For more detailed information about the inclusion criteria, please
see the N3C Phenotype.
Below you can explore the general demographic and severity coverage of the N3C.
Where are they from?
The N3C allows medical sites within the United States to securely transfer
anonymized data into the Enclave. The average interval for data transfer from our partners is once a week.
To explore the geographic coverage of our current partners, please see the map below.
N3C Contributing Sites
What are Researchers Studying?
N3C projects are internal and user-led initiatives exploring targeted research questions within
the N3C Data Enclave. Many projects are affiliated with Domain Teams, which attempt to coordinate
related research efforts, enable more efficient collaboration, and provide other support to the
researchers who wish to join.
What is the Scholarly Output?
Team science and attribution are central to the N3C's mission.
Because of this, N3C strives to create a conducive environment for research publication by providing
hands-on assistance during the manuscript preparation process and by highlighting research dissemination
in both traditional and non-traditional venues, including academic journals, preprint forums,
and public presentations.
This work is supported by the National Institutes of Health's
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Grant number 3R01HD105939-01S1
and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences,
Grant Number U24TR002306. This work is solely the responsibility of the creators and does not necessarily represent
the official views of the National Institutes of Health.