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Pandemics Epidemiology: The Impact of Socioeconomic Factors on the Spread of COVID-19 in California

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: Nite Owls Team Captain: Padma Iyengar Team Members: Neha Muvvala, Serena Wang, Pranathi Kollolli, Gaby Palar, Rachel Abalos Synopsis: The COVID-19 pandemic has gripped nations worldwide, impacting individuals of all races, genders, and ages. However, it seems to disproportionately affect low-income communities who face economic and social inequities. This study investigates the impact of socioeconomic […]

Pandemics Epidemiology: Brazil’s Mismanagement of the COVID-19 Pandemic Accentuates Inequalities

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: Dionysian Dopamine Team Captain: Huiwen Chen Team Members: Anju Meyer, Ka Hin Fong, Eugenie Dicker, Theo Brandt, Fariha Ashraf, Afifa Zahid Synopsis: How has the Brazilian government’s mitigation efforts exacerbated both the spread of COVID-19 and inequalities in Brazil? President Bolsonaro dismissed his own government’s public health guidelines, causing Brazil to be the third worst-hit […]
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Pandemics Epidemiology: South Korea and COVID-19

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: Cherez Team Captain: Pelin Tiryaki Team Members: Beste Kuruefe, Berin Pınar, Aylin Alkaş, Tan Aydemir Synopsis: As Team Cherez from Turkey, we had the opportunity to research about the Republic of South Korea thanks to Pioneer under the name of POSS. Our paper focuses on the actions initiated by South Korea during the pandemic, […]

Pandemics Epidemiology: COVID-19 in Sweden

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: The Mighty Condria Team Captain: Nil Mehtap Çalış Team Members: Pelinsu Erel, Doruk Uyrum, Berfin Güze, Ata Ulaş Güler Synopsis: Which is more important, money or health? Sweden’s Covid-19 strategy gave birth to different perspectives. Instead of going into quarantine, the Swedish government followed an unusual method and requested citizens to “take responsibility” […]
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Pandemics Epidemiology: Sweden’s Societal Response to COVID-19

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POSS Team: Concordia Team 1 Captain: Fang Yu Lin Team Members: Geoffery Chen, Boyang Sun, Sam Chen, Allison Dai, Alexis Salahutdin, Kevin Yang, Ryan Su, Hok Pui Mak Synopsis: The research paper written on the Epidemiology aspects of COVID 19 in Sweden are by students from Concordia International School Shanghai. The paper includes details on how Sweden strived to establish a formal response […]

Pandemics Epidemiology: How Geography Affects the Spread of Disease

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: MCVTS Academics Team Captain: Ekaprana Ramesh Team Members: Aqsa Owais, Bansari Mistry, Shreesaran Satapathy, Shruti Tyagi, Shubhransh Joshi Synopsis: The MCVTS Academics present Pandemics Epidemiology: Societal Impacts and Strategic Response COVID-19 – How Geography Affects the Spread of Disease. This carefully constructed and evaluated research paper expresses the contemporary epidemiology and demographics of COVID-19 […]
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Pandemics Epidemiology: The Timeline of Pandemics

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: The Epidemiology Division Team Captain: Yasin  Wanyonyi Team Members: Kizito Lugano Okumu, Michael Muhando, Emmanuel Okoth, Christian Wekesa Synopsis: See Team Report  

Pandemics Epidemiology: India

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: Titans Team Captain: Aadit Pal Singh Anand Team Members: Ananya Jha, Harshita Gupta, Tanisha Singh, Udai Taneja Synopsis: See Team Report
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Pandemics Epidemiology: The Efficacy of Long-Term Elimination Efforts: A Case Study on New Zealand’s SARS CoV-2 Assessment and Response

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: The COVIDneers Team Captain: Massiel Morell Team Members: Katherine Estrada, Eddy Dominguez, Arthur Perez, Dalilah Montesino Synopsis: COVID-19 impacted virtually every aspect of society – from social interactions and policymaking to public health and scientific collaboration. Whereas each country followed different paths to recovery, two main courses of action affected the efficacy of […]

Pandemic Epidemiology: Social Impacts and Strategic response on COVID-19 in Kenya

Pandemics Epidemiology
POSS Team: Atebayani Team Captain: Chloe Waruhiu Team Members: Pauline Mbogho, Karen Muthusi, Faith Marindich, Wangari Kung’u Synopsis: The Novel coronavirus came out of nowhere, causing unimaginable damage to the world. This brought destabilization in many sectors, such as health, especially in third world countries. This caught our attention and the best of us needed […]
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