Vysnova’s Team Member Spotlight is on Johnathan Ward. Johnathan, also known as JW, is a Senior Project Manager and has provided remarkable leadership in executing the COVID-19 research study to provide meaningful, real-time data on COVID-19.
Malaria elimination by 2030 is an aim of many countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, including Vietnam. However, to achieve this goal and accelerate towards malaria elimination, countries need to determine the extent and prevalence of asymptomatic malaria as a potential reservoir for malaria transmission and the intensity of malaria transmission.
Vysnova’s Team Member Spotlight is on Leanne Detwiler. Leanne is a Research Assistant at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.
Vysnova supports a government-funded COVID-19 research study and to achieve project objectives, Vysnova partnered with six Universities and Health Systems across the United States. The study design included a cohort of approximately 43,000 participants with Vysnova, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, and Oracle to conduct a major study of COVID-19 and its impact on communities...
Vysnova’s Diana Paola Naranjo conducted an online presentation in Spanish for the Project Management Institute (PMI), Guayas, Ecuador Chapter. She presented on the Management of Government Health Programs in the US and the US government response to the COVID-19 Pandemic through Vysnova.
Vysnova Partners is currently in Vietnam Under NAMRU-2 sponsorship, we have collaborated with the civilian and military partners in Vietnam to conduct research on malaria to combat the spread of drug resistanT malaria in and from Vietnam by monitoring the effectiveness of current malaria treatment therapies, testing drug susceptibility of malaria parasites and developing new malaria treatment modalities.
Vysnova provides an update on the challenges and solutions of the Southeast Asia Bio-Surveillance and Epidemiology Research II (SABER II) study.
Vysnova's Team Member Spotlight is on Ashley Miller. Ashley is a Research Assistant at the Naval Medical Research Center.
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on January 30th, 2020, and then a pandemic on March 11th, 2020...