NSU student exploring new product to prevent UTIs in women
This interview originally aired on In the Moment on SDPB Radio.
Grace Kramer took home top honors at a national biochemistry conference for her research on preventing urinary tract infections in women.
During sex, bacteria can enter the urethra and cause a UTI. These infections are painful and can lead to dangerous kidney infections.
Kramer is exploring a potential product that creates a physical barrier to keep bacteria out of where it shouldn't be.
She discusses her research, the potential product and her advice to up-and-coming women researchers.