Paulina Dzianach is a Research Officer at Telethon Kids Institute, in the Global Malaria Epidemiology team of the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP). In her role, Paulina supports the production of malaria burden estimates that supply the World Malaria Report (World Health Organization) and the Global Burden of Disease (University of Washington). Her wider research interests include modelling treatment seeking behaviours, prevalence of fever among children in low-to-middle income countries and the effect of malaria treatment accessibility on malaria burden. Paulina joined MAP in 2020 and obtained a PhD in Public Health from Curtin University and the University of Aberdeen in 2021.
The Use of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understand the Biology of Campylobacter jejuni
Campylobacter jejuni is a bacterial pathogen recognised as a major cause of foodborne illness worldwide. While Campylobacter jejuni generally does not grow outside its host, it can survive outside of the host long enough to pose a health concern. This review presents an up-to-date description and evaluation of biological, mathematical, and statistical approaches used to understand the behaviour of this foodborne pathogen and suggests future avenues which can be explored.Published research Infectious Diseases Geospatial Health and Development
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