Dr Claire Nightingale is a senior research fellow at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. Dr Nightingale obtained her PhD at the Burnet Institute, and holds a Master of Science in Public Health (Health promotion) from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Dr Nightingale’s research interests include the evaluation and implementation of models of care that increase access and acceptability to under-served populations, including point of care testing and self-collection. Dr Nightingale has over a decade of experience in global health research and practice, including working on HIV, cervical cancer, and sexual health programs while living in Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and Cambodia. Dr Nightingale currently leads the Cancer Screening Team within the Centre for Health Policy, and calls regional Victoria home.