Daniel Parker

PhD student and corresponding author Maia Tarnas and faculty mentor Daniel Parker, PhD, assistant professor, examined disease trends and potential impacts of COVID-19 in northern Syria, underscores the need for enhanced infectious disease surveillance in areas facing humanitarian crisis to reduce the global spread of disease. Learn more.

Full citation:
Maia C. Tarnas, Angel N. Desai, Daniel M. Parker, Naser Almhawish, Omar Zakieh, Diana Rayes, Molly Whalen-Browne, Aula Abbara. 2022. “Syndromic surveillance of respiratory infections during protracted conflict: experiences from northern Syria 2016-2021,” International Journal of Infectious Diseases 122: 337-344.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijid.2022.06.003.

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