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Research Expertise & Professional Interests For more than 25 years at BUSM/BMC, Dr. Barnett has been a clinical and academic leader who has achieved international prominence in Travel and Tropical Medicine with a particular focus on refugee health and the medical needs of new immigrant families. She has served as the PI of the BMC Refugee Health Assessment Program for more than 20 years and also is Site Director for the GeoSentinel Program in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control. In addition, Dr. Barnett has studied the safety and dissemination of childhood immunizations and is a leader in the BMC Center for Immunization Safety and Assessment. Nationally recognized for her work in Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Dr. Barnett is a member of the Committee on Infectious Diseases of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the body that publishes the Red Book, which is the authoritative text for the treatment of Pediatric Infectious Diseases. She has published more than 90 peer-reviewed manuscripts and presented at numerous national and international meetings and seminars. Dr. Barnett completed her pediatric residency at Boston City Hospital (BCH) and Children’s Hospital, Boston. After serving as a Chief Resident in the Department of Pediatrics, she completed fellowship training in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at BCH under the direction of Drs. Pelton and Jerome Klein.
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Concept Communicable Disease Control
Concept Communicable Diseases
Concept Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical
Concept Communicable Diseases, Emerging
Academic Article Neonatal gonococcal arthritis after negative prenatal screening and despite conjunctival prophylaxis.
Academic Article Infectious disease screening for refugees resettled in the United States.
Academic Article Preventing infectious diseases during and after international adoption.
Academic Article Prevention of travel-related infectious diseases in families of internationally adopted children.
Academic Article Immunizations and infectious disease screening for internationally adopted children.
Academic Article Yellow fever: epidemiology and prevention.
Academic Article Role of immigrants and migrants in emerging infectious diseases.
Academic Article Health status of visitors and temporary residents, United States.
Academic Article Illness in long-term travelers visiting GeoSentinel clinics.
Academic Article Illness in children after international travel: analysis from the GeoSentinel Surveillance Network.
Academic Article Is a new definition required for travelers who visit friends and relatives?
Academic Article The visiting friends or relatives traveler in the 21st century: time for a new definition.
Academic Article Spectrum of illness in international migrants seen at GeoSentinel clinics in 1997-2009, part 2: migrants resettled internationally and evaluated for specific health concerns.
Academic Article Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of US practitioners who provide pre-travel advice.
Academic Article International travel by persons with medical comorbidities: understanding risks and providing advice.
Academic Article Profile of illness in Syrian refugees: A GeoSentinel analysis, 2013 to 2015.
Academic Article Illness among US resident student travellers after return to the USA: a GeoSentinel analysis, 2007-17.
Academic Article Consistent localization of SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein and ACE2 over TMPRSS2 predominance in placental villi of 15 COVID-19 positive maternal-fetal dyads.

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