Prof. Dr. Boudewijn Catry PhD
Chef du service Infections liées aux soins et antibiorésistance
Boudewijn Catry (DVM °2000, PhD °2005) is a researcher with a special interest in antimicrobial resistance, both in veterinary and human medicine. Between 2000 and 2007, he combined ambulatory practice & obstetrics as a veterinary surgeon with laboratory research at the Ghent University (Ugent). He started to work at Sciensano in 2007, the Belgian Scientific Institute of Public Health, where he integrated veterinary approaches in human research projects. Since 2009 he is in charge of the service Healthcare-associated Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance (www.nsih.be). He is involved in national and international committees on the prudent use of antimicrobials and infection prevention. He is co-founder (°2013) of the outbreak support team for multidrug resistant organisms in Belgian hospitals (MDRO-OST). Since 2018 he is lecturer epidemiology at the Faculty of Medicine in Brussels (Université libre de Bruxelles, ULB).