Ebuwa Evbuoma is the Edward F. Lawlor Master’s Research Fellow in Policy working on the Strengthening Pandemic Readiness for Cancer and Noncommunicable Diseases project with Dr. Sarah Moreland-Russell. She is a Dual Master student in the Public Health and Social Policy programs (MPH/MSP) at the Brown School, pursuing the Global Health track in Public Health with an interest in epidemiology. Her research interests include systems science approaches to dissemination and implementation, particularly in low-resource settings. Prior to attending the Brown School, Ebuwa was a Global Health Corps Fellow, working with the Global Handwashing Partnership at FHI360 in Washington DC. She has worked with local and international non-profits using research and knowledge management for behavior change and global health security. She obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree from the College of Medicine of the University of Lagos. She maintains student leadership roles and volunteers with non-profits in various capacities.