Dr. Zohray Moolani Talib is a member of the MEPI Coordinating Center at George Washington University (GWU) and Assistant Professor of Medicine and of Health Policy at the GWU Medical School in Washington, D.C. In addition to her research, Professor Talib is an Internist at GWU and directs the Internal Medicine Residency Program’s global health activities, running a Global Health course and managing the residents' research and policy electives in global health. Dr. Talib's research focuses on health workforce issues both domestically and abroad, working on both the MEPI and the Teaching Health Center Evaluation Grant funded by HRSA. Her interests include eLearning, community-based education and ehealth. Dr. Talib co-convenes the MEPI Technical Working Groups on Medical Education Research and Community-Based Education. In addition to her academic responsibilities, Dr. Talib is a Member on the Aga Khan Health Board (AKHB) for the USA, an agency within the Aga Khan Development Network. In this capacity, and previously as Program Manager, she has spent six years building and overseeing their international projects which are focused in East Africa. The activities of the AKHB USA seek to increase capacity of the Aga Khan University and hospitals through expansion of clinical services as well as strengthening education and research programs. Successful programs of the AKHB include the establishment of a regional tele-pathology network and a remote-mentoring program to support and stimulate research among faculty at the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya. In addition, Dr. Talib has worked as an independent consultant for the Aga Khan Foundation advising on health-related activities of the AKDN in Central Asia. Dr. Talib received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from McGill University, Montreal, Canada in 1997, and her Doctor of Medicine from University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada in 2002. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the George Washington University Hospital. She is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.