Natalie E.  Netzler Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Natalie E. Netzler

PhD Candidate
UNSW Australia

Natalie’s current research focus is in broad spectrum antivirals to treat a wide range of viral infections. In particular her project focuses on caliciviruses, which cause diseases in a range of human and mammalian hosts. She is continuing efforts to develop small compound non-nucleoside inhibitors against norovirus. She is also currently investigating repurposing hepatitis C virus antivirals for treating norovirus, with an aim to find an antiviral scaffold for further development.

Subjects: Biomedical Science


Natalie Netzler is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her project focuses on identifying antiviral compounds for norovirus and other caliciviruses. In particular, her interest lies in the discovery of broad-spectrum antivirals with the potential to rapidly treat several clinically significant viruses for which we currently have no antivirals. Natalie is also a tutor on the 2nd year Microbiology and 3rd year Virology courses at UNSW.

Following a BSc in Biology (1998), Natalie completed an MSc in virology with first class Honors (2000), from the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Following graduation, Natalie worked as a Research Assistant at the biotechnology company, Genesis Research and Development for several years, investigating ligands involved in plant flowering and siRNA inhibition targeting drug resistance.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Virology, broad-spectrum antivirals, norovirus research.