Dr. Maureen Mayhew has practiced cross-cultural medicine and public health for 25 years serving immigrants, refugees, Inuit, Metis and First Nations. Over the last 13 years she has worked internationally in Afghanistan and in some African countries. She is a clinical and public health physician at the BC Centre for Disease Control in the Clinical Prevention Services – TB Control. She is a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Population and Public Health, an Associate in the Department of Family Medicine and an Associate at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She conducts research related to immigrant and refugee health and healthcare and is currently working on several projects involving latent TB infection in immigrants. She co-coordinates an Enhanced Skills Global Health program. She served on the editorial board for Caring for Kids New to Canada from 2010-2014. In 2011 she was awarded the Geeta Gupta Equity and Diversity Award from the College of Family Physicians of Canada, for her work with vulnerable populations and by the School of Population and Public Health, the CJG Mackenzie Teaching Prize.