Dr. Natalie Dean is a highly quoted infectious disease expert during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through her public engagement, she teaches others how to think scientifically, including critically evaluating evidence and navigating uncertainty.
Natalie has been quoted by the Atlantic, Associated Press, Axios, Bloomberg, Boston Globe, BuzzFeed News, Consumer Reports, Discover Magazine, The Economist, FactCheck.org, Financial Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Hill, LA Times, Miami Herald, National Geographic, NBC News, New York Magazine, New York Times, NPR, Quanta Magazine, PBS NewsHour, Politico, Politifact, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, ProPublica, Reuters, Science Magazine, Scientific American, Stat News, Tampa Bay Times, Time Magazine, USA Today, The Verge, Vox, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, WebMD, Wired, and more.
KJ Seung, Natalie Dean (August 19, 2021). “To vaccinate more Americans, lean into outbreaks.” Stat News.
Natalie Dean, Zachary Madewell (March 5, 2021). Understanding the spectrum of vaccine efficacy measures. BMJ Opinion.
Natalie Dean (November 16, 2020). COVID-19 Data Dives: A Biostatistician’s Primer on Vaccine Efficacy. Medscape.
Natalie Dean (August 3, 2020). I’d Need Evidence Before I’d Get a Covid-19 Vaccine. It Doesn’t Exist Yet. New York Times.
Natalie Dean (July 30, 2020). Steps to a Better COVID-19 Response. Boston Review Magazine.
Natalie Dean (July 17, 2020). The ‘low’ daily death rate for covid won’t last. Washington Post.
Caitlin Rivers, Natalie Dean (July 6, 2020). Covid-19 in the US: We’re not getting full value from our data. BMJ Opinion.
Natalie Dean (June 26, 2020). Three Reasons Why Median Age of Reported COVID Infections is Dropping. Medscape.
Natalie Dean (June 15, 2020). Asymptomatic Transmission? We Just Don’t Know Yet for Certain. Medscape.
Natalie Dean (May 28, 2020). COVID-19 Data Dives: Why Don’t We Have a Vaccine for SARS or MERS? Medscape.
Natalie Dean (May 4, 2020). COVID-19 Data Dives: The Takeaways From Seroprevalence Surveys. Medscape.
Carl Bergstrom, Natalie Dean (May 1, 2020). What the proponents of ‘natural herd immunity’ don’t say. New York Times.
Natalie Dean, Caitlin Rivers (April 29, 2020). Antibody tests show we’re nowhere near herd immunity. Washington Post.
Natalie Dean (April 10, 2020). How to conduct coronavirus research at pandemic speed. Washington Post.
Natalie Dean, Alessandro Vespignani, M. Elizabeth Halloran, Ira Longini (September 12, 2016). Zika virus: only a few small outbreaks likely to occur in the continental US. The Conversation.