Dr. Dalila Martinez will be the clinical coordinator for Leishmaniasis assessment in the Integrated Analyses of Human Dimensions and Policy Implications of Cross-Border Migration on Vector-Borne NTDs in the Andes-Amazon Region. She is an Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine trained physician, with a Master’s of Science in Public Health (MSPH) focused in Outcomes Research, who has demonstrated exceptional motivation, leadership and organizational capabilities. As a resident and fellow, she has made important contributions to the study of MDR-TB and free living amoebiasis. She also has vast experience in field work and clinical research, working in clinical trials and epidemiological studies as an associate researcher in the IMTAvH - Leishmaniasis Working Group since 2008. Her training and previous experience make her particularly suited to carry out one of the most important roles for the successful completion of this project. She plans on obtaining a Doctoral degree in Epidemiology, her dissertation is focused on the assessment of determinants of the treatment outcomes in cutaneous leishmaniasis.