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Saskia v. Popescu, PhD, MPH, MA, CIC, is a hospital epidemiologist and infection preventionist. During her work as an infection preventionist, she performed surveillance for infectious diseases, preparedness, and Ebola-response practices. She holds a doctorate in Biodefense from George Mason University where her research focuses on the role of infection prevention in facilitating global health security efforts. She is certified in Infection Control and has worked in both pediatric and adult acute care facilities.
Studies have shown that human coronaviruses can survive for days on certain surfaces. What does this mean for infection prevention efforts?
In a scenario where health care preparedness is key, what are the best strategies for US hospitals to pursue?
Does employing the universal use of gloves and gowns decrease the acquisition of antibiotic-resistant gram-negative bacteria?
New research on this resistant organism provides insight on what clinicians may need to account for.
A significant relationship exists between environmental exposures and colonization.
Infection preventionist Saskia Popescu discusses several rapid developments that have been released in this outbreak.
A new study is shedding light on how bioburden and patient colonization play off each other.
A study sheds light on the challenges we need to account for in treating neglected tropical diseases.
Is there a cure? How long until we find it? And will it work for the majority of people living with HIV?