Dina Youssef, from Egypt, has a bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences from Misr International University in Cairo, and a master’s degree in public health from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she was awarded a full scholarship. She is currently studying towards a master’s degree and PhD in Epidemiology concurrently at Utrecht University in Netherlands, where she has been awarded a global health support fellowship. She has worked for many years at international companies in USA as a public health research assistant on different projects including digital health, communicable diseases and non-communicable diseases. Dina has also worked as a systematic reviewer consultant with World Health Organization on antimicrobial resistance projects. Moreover, she worked as a systematic reviewer consultant at Robert Koch Institute on a project about training programs and initiatives for public health emergency workforce. Through her current and previous job roles, she has gained a lot of skills and experiences in writing policy briefs, conducting statistical analysis using STATA software, writing grant proposal and conducting systematic reviews. In addition, she has experience in conducting qualitative research, surveys, landscape assessments and reviewing research drafts.