Laura’s research utilises qualitative, narrative, and participatory research methods and focuses around strengthening people-centred health systems to support chronic disease management and disability inclusion. Laura’s work prioritises the needs and experiences of marginalised populations and draws on intersectionality theory. Laura is a graduate of the Emerging Voices for Global Health programme and is committed to raising the profile of young research scientists, predominantly from the global south, within global health and health systems research. Laura’s PhD research drew on syndemic and intersectionality theory to explore experiences of neglected tropical disease(s), disability, and mental distress to support the development of equitable people-centred health systems responses in Liberia. Currently Laura works across the REDRESS, COUNTDOWN and ARISE research consortiums.