Spatiotemporal Patterns in Malaria and Targeted Interventions in the Thailand-Myanmar Border Area (English)


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A public health seminar recorded on January 30, 2017 featuring Daniel M. Parker, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher at Mahidol University - Oxford University Tropical Medicine Research Unit.

The epidemiology and ecology of malaria in humans includes complex space-time interactions between humans, mosquito vectors and the environments they share. In this talk I present some of my research on spatial and spatiotemporal malaria dynamics in the Thailand-Myanmar border area. This work has implications for understanding where transmission occurs and who is at risk of infection, and strategies to disrupt transmission and achieve malaria elimination.


Author:
Daniel Parker Ph.D.
Title:
Postdoctoral Researcher
Department:
Tropical Medicine Research Unit
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