Tay Za Kyi Win is a PhD student at the Daffodil Centre with Cervical Cancer and HPV stream. Tay had a MBBS degree from Myanmar and a master of public health (MPH) from the University of Texas, Health Science Center at Houston, USA. Tay has a 13-year of experience working as a primary health care medical doctor and public health professional in Myanmar and Asia Pacific countries with Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Border), World Health Organization (WHO) and Vital Strategies (Bloomberg Data for Health Initiative). As a public health medical doctor, Tay had contributed his expertise to HIV, Tuberculosis, malaria, maternal and reproductive health prevention programs and activities in Myanmar. He also worked with ministries of health for capacity building of public health data use for policy making and cancer prevention in Myanmar and Asia-Pacific countries. Under the supervision of Prof. Karen Canfell, Prof. Deborah Bateson, Associate Professor Eleonora Feletto and Dr. Kate Simms from the Daffodil Centre, Tay’s PhD research will focus on estimation of burden of cervical cancer in Myanmar and evaluation of effectiveness and cost effectiveness of HPV elimination strategies and timeframe towards cervical cancer elimination in Myanmar.