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Kathleen Neuzil

Clinical Professor, Allergy and Infectious Dis.
Clinical Professor, Global Health
Contact 

PATH
Street: 2201 Westlake Avenue, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98121
Mailing: PO Box 900922
Seattle, WA
98109

206-285-3500
206-285-6619 (Fax)

kneuzil@path.org
Education

MPH (Vanderbilt University)
MD (Johns Hopkins University)
BS (University of Maryland)

Affiliated Organizations

PATH

Biography and Research Interests 

Kathleen Neuzil, MD, MPH directs PATH's Vaccine Access and Delivery global program. As program director, she leads a portfolio of activities focusing on developing and advancing strategies, technologies, and interventions that help move research achievements in immunization into routine use in low resource countries. Projects under her direction focus on critical cross-cutting issues such as maternal immunization, improving immunization data and optimizing vaccine use and overcoming barriers to sustainable vaccine uptake in low resource settings. She has a particular research focus on influenza and rotavirus vaccines.

Dr. Neuzil's extensive experience in domestic and international policy includes membership on the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the Pandemic Influenza Task Force for the Infectious Disease Society of America. She has worked with the World Health Organization as a technical advisor on diarrheal diseases, a member of the Strategic Advisory Group of Experts rotavirus vaccine working group, and member of the Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety working group on the safety of vaccines in pregnancy.