Ana Krause is a Global Health Implementation Science PhD at the University of Washington. She completed her MSc in International Public Health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) in 2017 and has a Bachelor of Nursing Science from Queen’s University in Canada. Ana has over a decade of clinical nursing experience in emergency and humanitarian settings in Canada, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania. She has supported monitoring and evaluation and research projects in Lebanon and Uganda, as well as working with LSTM’s METRe group in South Sudan in 2018. Ana most recently worked with LSTM’s Emergency Obstetric Care and Quality of Care (EmOc & QoC) Unit supporting program delivery and research to increase the quality and availability of integrated HIV, TB, malaria and antenatal and postnatal care in Chad and Togo. She also led an operational research project assessing regional variations in risk to maternal and child health in Chad. Her research interests include non-communicable diseases, strengthening surveillance systems, and improving patient outcomes.