Natalie Vestin is a research associate and communications specialist for the CIDRAP Antimicrobial Stewardship Project. She has worked as a consultant for national and local public health organizations, and she received the Carol Young Anderson Collaborative Research Grant to study tuberculosis transmission in refugee populations. She received her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of Minnesota, where she received the Most Outstanding Master's Project award for her work on homicide risk factors in the Twin Cities. In 2010, she studied civic policy as an American Marshall Memorial Fellow in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Romania.
Natalie Vestin, MPH