Dr Verena Carrara
Verena is currently working at the Institute of Global Health in Geneva, Switzerland as a coordinator in the Master of Advanced Studies in Public Health and as a scientific collaborator on projects in partnership with IDDO and with SMRU where she was based until 2020.
Her research work was initially focused on malaria epidemiology and later included maternal and child health, in particular the role of maternal infections and nutritional status in relation to birth outcome, child’s development in the 2 first years of life.
Temporal distribution of Plasmodium falciparum recrudescence following artemisinin-based combination therapy: an individual participant data meta-analysis
Dahal P. et al, (2022), Malaria Journal, 21
Leveraging human resources for outbreak analysis: lessons from an international collaboration to support the sub-Saharan African COVID-19 response.
Botero-Mesa S. et al, (2022), BMC public health, 22
Integrated primary health care services in two protracted refugee camp settings at the Thai-Myanmar border 2000-2018: trends on mortality and incidence of infectious diseases.
Mohr O. et al, (2022), Primary health care research & development, 23
The fragmented COVID-19 therapeutics research landscape: a living systematic review of clinical trial registrations evaluating priority pharmacological interventions.
McLean ARD. et al, (2022)
Cross-sectional study of nutritional intake among patients undergoing tuberculosis treatment along the Myanmar–Thailand border
Damji K. et al, (2022), BMJ Open, 12, e052981 - e052981