Parameters are often used to tune mathematical models and capture nondeterminism and uncertainty in physical and engineering systems. This paper is concerned with parametric nonlinear dynamical systems and the problem of determining the parameter values that are consistent with some expected properties. In our previous works, we proposed a parameter synthesis algorithm limited to safety properties and demonstrated its applications for biological systems. Here we consider more general properties specified by a fragment of STL (Signal Temporal Logic), which allows us to deal with complex behavioral patterns that biological processes exhibit. We propose an algorithm for parameter synthesis w.r.t. a property specified using the considered logic. It exploits reachable set computations and forward refinements. We instantiate our algorithm in the case of polynomial dynamical systems exploiting Bernstein coefficients and we illustrate it on an epidemic model.