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Myo Maung Maung Swe

Myo is a clinician trained in Myanmar. He joined Myanmar Oxford Clinical Research Unit (MOCRU) in 2015 after earning Master degree in Public Health (focus on Epidemiology and Biostatistics) from the University of Melbourne in 2014. Based in Yangon (Myanmar), he was involved and coordinated a number of studies related to tropical infectious diseases. His interests include infectious disease epidemiology mainly on febrile illnesses and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in resource limited settings. 

Myo has recently been involved in a controlled-randomized clinical trial investigating effect of point of care CRP-testing on antibiotic prescription and management of febrile patients in primary care facilities in Myanmar and Northern Thailand. Currently, he is coordinating Myanmar study site which is part of a multi-country study exploring impact of point of care tests and clinical algorithms for management of acute febrile illnesses in low and middle income countries.

In 2018, he started DPhil at Nuffield Department of Medicine in University of Oxford.

Before joining MOCRU, Myo was involved in teaching activities at two medical universities and worked as a clinician in private sector in Myanmar.

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