•  

Posts Tagged: 2009 H1N1 outbreak in Mexico

BioDiaspora among technologies redefining digital disease mapping

Dr. Kamran Khan, founder of BioDiapsora, was cited in a New York Times' Bits article on the Big Data solutions evolving to track the global spread of disease: "In New Tools to Combat Epidemics, the Key is Context." Amy O'Leary's article appeared as part of a special blog/supplement on June 19, 2013 (Big Data 2013). Here's an excerpt (links and emphasis ours): One of the doctors in the field who can benefit from these types of insights is Dr. Kamran Khan, an infectious disease ... Read more

Is screening air travellers effective in containing a pandemic?

Toronto Star covers Khan's new WHO paper on H1N1 outbreak Dr. Kamran Khan, founder of BioDiaspora and an infectious disease physician and scientist at St. Michael’s Hospital, is among the experts studying the emergence of the H7N9 bird flu outbreak in China and the new coronavirus in the Middle East and Europe. Global News National also covered this story on April 11, 2013. Watch Beatrice Politi and Carmen Chai's report, "Canadian scientists pioneer new formula in airport disease screening," on the Global website. The ... Read more