Dr. Natalie Mazur on strategies for preventing RSV
Dr. Natalie Mazur has been involved in RSV research for 8 years. Under the supervision of prof. Louis Bont she obtained her PhD, which was focused on, among others, global mortality due to RSV, and the development of vaccines against this virus. Currently she is working as postdoctoral researcher, and drawing attention to the importance of making vaccines accessible in the developing world. In addition, she is a paediatric resident in training. She has a passion for global health and the movement of scientific discoveries into clinical applications. We spoke with Natalie about the spreading of RSV and preventive measures that can help to prevent a child from getting a (severe) RSV infection.