Dr. Jennifer Jamieson is an emergency physician and trauma fellow working at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne. She worked with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Afghanistan during 2012 as the
supervisor of the new intensive care unit at the Kunduz Trauma Centre, gaining experience in mass casualty and disaster management in low-resource settings. Dr. Jamieson spent 2015 in Dar es Salaam working at Muhimbili National Hospital as a visiting clinical educator in the emergency department, assisting with strengthening the new specialty emergency medicine training program in Tanzania. She is one of the co-founders of the Global Health Gateway, faculty for the Global Emergency Care Workshop and was one of the inaugural board members for the Global Ideas Forum. She has a Masters in Public Health and Tropical Medicine and is currently completing a Masters in Emergency Medicine (trauma). She lives in Melbourne with her husband and 6 month-old daughter.