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Katherine is currently the clinical director for NHS, the long process to reach this position started at an early age. Katherine has always wanted to be a medical doctor, so she set her career path early. After completing he MD in Liverpool she found herself wanting to work more in the field of ID. This lead to her continuing her education and achieving a certificate. Katherine has come along way from being a child day dreaming about being a doctor and helping people, to now have her name listed on some very important publications. Glycerol adjuvant therapy in adults with bacterial meningitis in a high HIV seroprevalence setting in Malawi: a double-blind, randomised controlled trial, is just one of the articles you can find when you Google Katherine's name. Other articles include Genomic pneumococcal load and csf cytokines are not related to outcome in malawian adults with meningitis, High Mortality amongst Adolescents and Adults with Bacterial Meningitis in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Analysis of 715 Cases from Malawi., and : Osmotic therapies added to antibiotics for acute bacterial meningitis. Dr. Katherine will continue her very important work with HIV and pregnancy, and educating students in the field that she has become an expert in. The road to success was not easy for her, being a single mom, working full time, and going to medical school was a lot to juggle. Katherine has managed her life, her research, and her work, and has made an impact on HIV and the world.
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