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Collaborating in the Time of COVID-19: The Scope and Scale of Innovative Responses to a Global Pandemic
- T. Bernardo, K. Sobkowich, D. Gillis
- Computer ScienceJMIR public health and surveillance
- 21 January 2021
Over 60 projects rooted in collaboration are categorized into five main themes: knowledge dissemination, data propagation, crowdsourcing, artificial intelligence, and hardware design and development that highlight the numerous ways that citizens, industry professionals, researchers, and academics have come together worldwide to consolidate information and produce products to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovating at the human-technology interface in disasters and disease outbreaks.
- T. Bernardo, E. Perez Gutierrez, G. Hachborn, R. Forrest, K. Sobkowich
- Computer ScienceRevue scientifique et technique
- 1 August 2020
A range of approaches are presented through which information collection and processing must become faster and more efficient while maintaining accuracy, by integrating layers of human, veterinary, public, and environmental health data for a One Health approach.
Celebration day: 400th birthday of John Graunt, citizen scientist of London
Collaborating in the Time of COVID-19: The Scope and Scale of Innovative Responses to a Global Pandemic (Preprint)
Over 60 projects rooted in collaboration are highlighted, highlighting the numerous ways that citizens, industry professionals, researchers, and academics have come together worldwide to consolidate information and produce products to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mapping the Population Density of Managed Honey Bee (Apis Mellifera) Colonies in Ontario, Canada: 2018
- K. Sobkowich, Olaf Berke, T. Bernardo, D. Pearl, Paulina Kozak
- MedicineJournal of Apicultural Science
- 1 December 2021
The estimation and mapping of continuous colony density values across the population provides future work with a source of data to further investigate potential associations of colony density and disease and helps to inform inspection and surveillance efforts.
Spatial epidemiological analysis of Lyme disease in southern Ontario utilizing Google Trends searches
A spatial analysis of Lyme disease in southern Ontario for the years 2015–2019 with a focus on the association between Lyme disease prevalence and Internet search frequencies recorded by Google Trends revealed an association between ticks and the search term “Lyme disease” in Google Trends.