Natasha Martin, PhD, is a lecturer and infectious disease modeller at the University of Bristol. She also holds an honorary position at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She specializes in using dynamic transmission models to evaluate the impact and cost-effectiveness of HCV and HIV prevention interventions. In particular, much of her work has examined the potential of using HCV treatment as a means of prevention. She received her doctorate in mathematical biology from the University of Oxford, and her BSc from Stanford University.