Public Health Seminar Series:

Spatiotemporal Patterns in Malaria and Targeted Interventions in the Thailand-Myanmar Border Area by Daniel M. Parker

Monday, January 30, 2017 12:00pm Calit 2 OCW Video Archive
Seminar Abstract

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 will 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.

Speaker Biography - Daniel M. Parker

Daniel M. Parker
Daniel M. Parker Postdoctoral Researcher, Faculty candidate for the Program in Public Health
Dr. Parker is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Mahidol University - Oxford University Tropical Medicine Research Unit. He earned his PhD in Anthropology and Demography from Pennsylvania State University in 2014. His dissertation focused on malaria epidemiology and demography along the Thailand-Myanmar border. His main research interests are in epidemiology of infectious diseases, spatial optimization of public health interventions and global health.

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