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Natasha Loder is Health Policy Editor of The Economist and a presenter on the coronavirus and vaccine podcast The Jab.
Natasha Loder works in print, radio, and film at The Economist. Her personal style is warm, funny, and incisive – something she brings to all her media work. During her twenty-year career, she has covered everything from space to the environment, and medicine and neuroscience. She has also put many of these topics onto the world famous cover of The Economist and has won numerous awards for her work.
With a long background of reporting on disease outbreaks such as H1N1, SARS, and Ebola, she now reports on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, its origins and on the vaccines the world hopes will offer an exit strategy. Her commentary is widely sought by broadcast media.
Natasha Loder is a sensational speaker and brings perception, analysis, and context to her talks. She prides herself on her ability to turn dry science into thrilling stories, and on bringing her passion and enthusiasm for her subjects to a wider audience.
Natasha has chaired meetings around the world, given many high-profile talks, and is a judge on the John Maddox Prize for work promoting sound science and evidence.
Natasha Loder vaccines speaker, health policy writer, is booked for both virtual and in-person presentation via Specialist Speakers.
Picture: USAF Senior Airman Domingo Rodriguez medical technician with the 156th Medical Group at Muñiz Air National Guard Base, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, administers COVID-19 vaccine 16 February 2021. The 156th Wing is supporting efforts to vaccinate residents of Puerto Rico. Photo by U.S. Air National Guard. Photo by Senior Airman Víctor Colón and published under Creative Commons licence.
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