Toni Biskup, MD, MPH graduated from Georgetown University in 1999 with a BS in linguistics and French and worked in France and then in the US teaching before changing career paths to medicine. She completed her MD and MPH degrees at the University of Iowa in 2008 and internal medicine-pediatrics residency from the University of Maryland in 2012. She went on to complete a fellowship in international emergency medicine from University of Illinois, Chicago before joining the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium as a hospitalist in 2014. From 2013-2015 she was co-director of the Laude fellowship in pediatric critical care and emergency medicine at Hospital de los Valles and Universidad San Francisco de Quito, in Cumbayá, Ecuador. She has faculty appointments at the University of Washington School of Medicine teaching clinical faculty and at the University of Anchorage, Alaska School of Medicine teaching medical students. She has taught and practiced in multiple countries including work in disaster response, refugee health, and medical education with physicians, nurses, psychosocial support teams, and community health workers. She has a special interest in disaster medicine, refugee health, addressing health inequities, and medical education in low-resource settings. She enjoys working with and learning from each team and is excited to join the team at VinUni and VinMec.