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2508, 2020

Shirley

By |August 25th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

"On the 3rd day of Lunar New Year, her lymph nodes were swollen." "She said “Mummy my neck is painful.” I said, oh maybe 落枕 làozhěn (stiff neck). I was so ignorant, I said “I have stiff neck too, mummy also don’t sleep well.” So we both went to bed." "But the next day I felt she looked very listless and tired. Then I touched her and she said [Read More...]

2408, 2020

Beth Ann Coller

By |August 24th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

"I first learned about dengue as a graduate student studying virology.  It became more than just another virus to me when my first job out of grad school was working on a recombinant subunit dengue vaccine at Hawaii Biotech.” “I was trained as a molecular virologist with a medical technology background. Following my graduate work I made the decision to join industry rather than following an academic route as [Read More...]

2408, 2020

Katie Anderson

By |August 24th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

"I began studying medical entomology in undergraduate school, fascinated by the complex and elegant biological interplay between mosquitoes and the pathogens that infect them." "I began in the lab, but was quickly hooked on field epidemiological research when I got my first opportunity to engage with a dengue surveillance project in Vietnam in 2001. I became aware of the critical burden that the virus poses to families in endemic [Read More...]

1508, 2020

David

By |August 15th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

“I had dengue when I was in my early twenties, just after army. So it was 1997." "I was at home. I was staying with my parents in Lorong Lew Lian, Upper Serangoon area. We didn’t know there was dengue there until I got it. It happened because, if I recall correctly, there was a construction site behind it. They were leveling state land and I had that dengue [Read More...]

1508, 2020

Raj Ghosh

By |August 15th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

“I lead the vaccine delivery work of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in India. In this role there are four primary aspects to my work. " "One, to prioritize areas in which Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation can effectively partner with the Ministry. With our limited resources, we can only collaborate on limited specific areas. Therefore, we have to prioritize those areas that can have maximum impact and can [Read More...]

1408, 2020

Filippo Bosco

By |August 14th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

"I was born and raised in Milan, but I have been living like an expat since 2007." "I moved to Denmark in 2008 for my PhD studies in Nanotechnology, and since then I spent most of my professional time between Copenhagen and Taipei, where I was exchange student during the doctorate program, and where we opened our BluSense subsidiary in 2015. Before launching BluSense with my co-founders, [Read More...]

1408, 2020

Dr Md Asaduzzaman Miah

By |August 14th, 2020|Categories: Voices|

"I first heard about dengue in 2008. I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Entomology, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh." "I have been performing research work on vector mosquitos, vector borne disease etc. I completed my MSc on Entomology and PhD, Post-Doc on vector biology and their control." “I am presently engaged in teaching and research, with Teaching (30%) and Research (70%). Personally, I believe, effective [Read More...]

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