Daria Szkwarko, DO, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and the Director of the Global Health Faculty Development Fellowship in Family Medicine. Her research interests are in TB prevention globally. She has been involved in child TB contact management in Kenya, and she is particularly interested in identifying and studying strategies that can improve the various steps throughout the child contact management care cascade globally. Domestically, she is interested in improving latent TB infection testing and treatment in primary care. She is the course director for the Massachusetts and RI latent TB infection ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) programs. She is the recipient of a mentored research award through the Advance-CTR to conduct a mixed-methods evaluation of a latent TB infection ECHO in Rhode Island.
At the Warren Alpert Medical School, Dr. Szkwarko serves as the Co-Director for the Women's Reproductive Health Scholarly Concentration and the Co-Director of the Health Systems Science 3 course for the Primary Care and Population Medicine program.