Daniel Marko, BMBS
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B.S. California State University, Chico; 1998
M.D. [BMBS] Flinders University of South Australia; 2001-2004
Residency AP/CP, University of California, Davis; 2005-2009
Hematopathology/Immunopathology Fellowship, University of California, Davis; 2009-2010
Medical Microbiology Fellowship, University of Iowa, 2010-2012
Honors and Awards:
U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer; Solomon Islands; 1998-2000
Previous Research Experience:
Research Assistant, University of California, Davis (2008-2010). In partnership with the Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology (Sacramento, CA), assisted in a design study for inexpensive portable devices that would detect and characterize malarial infections. Also, I assisted with research and development of a new light-based method for noninvasively treating malarial infections directly in the bloodstream.
Student Researcher, Flinders University of South Australia and the Royal Darwin Hospital: ENT Department; Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia (2004). Designed, collected, and analyzed data pertaining to infection rates after typanostomy tube insertion in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children in Northern Territory, Australia.
Student Researcher, The Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health, Flinders University of South Australia, Mt. Gambier, South Australia (2002). Designed, collected, and analyzed a research project examining the understanding of Q fever among abattoir workers in rural South Australia, before and after a vaccine against Coxiella burnetii was made public.