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Parinda talks about her work in Thailand with digital vaccine passports and how she has applied the teaching from IHTM.

IHTM student Parinda Wattanasri

Parinda specialises in travel medicine. Amongst her many roles she teaches at the Institute of Preventive Medicine, Department of Disease Control in Bangkok, lecturing to doctors in travel medicine. Parinda is also the principal investigator for a project for the development of a smart vaccination certificate and record system in Thailand. She was instrumental in the development of the Thai COVID-19 digital vaccine passport which has now been extended to include other vaccines including yellow fever, influenza, and meningococcal.

Read more about Parinda’s work.

Find out about the global impact of IHTM alumni.