Suna, also known as Sun, holds an MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London, a BA in International Relations and Politics from the University of Sheffield, and studied BSc in Cyber Security from Paichai University in Korea. She is passionate about analysing health policy, particularly scrutinising the multifarious connections between power and politics in health. Her research has been focused on vaccine equity, digitalisation of health, and critical appraisal of the UK’s COVID-19 health policy response. Prior to this role, she was involved in two projects at UCL; understanding the intersectional impacts of a socio-political economy of global mental health at the Institute for Global Health, and a strategic paper development utilising the digital big data in healthcare to benefit the most vulnerable members of society at the Institute of Healthcare Engineering. She hopes to contribute to research that has a positive impact, amplifying the voices of those most underrepresented in society.