Daniel Schar is a veterinarian undertaking a PhD co-supervised by Thomas Van Boeckel at ETH Zurich on the quantification of antimicrobial use (AMU) and resistance (AMR) in aquaculture.
Twenty-year trends in antimicrobial resistance from aquaculture and fisheries in Asia
D. Schar, C. Zhao, Y. Wang, D. G. J. Larsson, M. Gilbert, and T. P. Van Boeckel. "Nature Communications", Vol. 12, Issue 1, Pages 5384, 2021.
Global trends in antimicrobial use in aquaculture
D. Schar, E. Y. Klein, R. Laxminarayan, M. Gilbert, and T. P. Van Boeckel. "Scientific Reports", Vol. 10, Issue 1, Pages 21878, 2020.
A spatial assessment of Nipah virus transmission in Thailand pig farms using multi-criteria decision analysis
W. Thanapongtharm, M. C. Paul, A. Wiratsudakul, V. Wongphruksasoong, W. Kalpravidh, K. Wongsathapornchai, S. Damrongwatanapokin, D. Schar, and M. Gilbert. "BMC Veterinary Research", Vol. 15, Issue 1, Pages 73, 2019.
New frontiers in applied veterinary point-of-capture diagnostics: Toward early detection and control of zoonotic influenza
D. Schar, P. Padungtod, N. Tung, M. O'Leary, W. Kalpravidh, and F. Claes. "Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses", 2019.