King's College London
Natasha Hezelgrave is an NIHR Clinical Research Fellow in Obstetrics at the Women's Health Academic Centre, King’s College London and involved in the women’s health work stream of the Zambia Partnership. She obtained a BSc in International Health from University College London (2004) and qualified with MBBS from Barts and the London Medical School in 2007. She has worked and taught extensively in Sub-Saharan Africa and India. Her main research interests are preterm birth (detection and prevention), pre-eclampsia and safe motherhood in low-income settings. Having previously worked for the World Health Organisation, she is currently coordinating CRADLE, a multi-country Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ‘Grand Challenges Explorations’ funded research project aimed at improving detection of pre-eclampsia in rural sub-Saharan Africa & Asia.