IEEE Access is extremely proud to announce that one of its published articles won first prize in the 2019 Awards for Outstanding Research Articles in Biosurveillance (Impact on Field of Biosurveillance Category) given by the International Society for Disease Surveillance. The article by Brenas, Al-Manir, Baker, & Shaban-Nejad entitled, “A Malaria Analytics Framework to Support Evolution and Interoperability of Global Health Surveillance Systems” was published in October 2017.
This prestigious award was presented by the International Society for Disease Surveillance, the premier organization dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of biosurveillance. The award was created to recognize professionals and scientists of diseases surveillance for their outstanding contributions to this area of research. For more information on this award, please click here.
We congratulate these IEEE Access authors for their high-quality work, and thank them for choosing IEEE Access to publish their outstanding research. To read the full award-winning article, please click here.