Dr. K.M. Saif-Ur-Rahman has joined the ESI team as Systematic Reviewer to support activity in relation to the co-ordination of prioritised national and international evidence syntheses relevant to policy and practice in Ireland and internationally, and integration of capacity building into this activity. Dr. Rahman research interests are in health systems and evidence synthesis. He has experience in both infectious diseases and chronic disease research in resource-poor settings using quantitative and qualitative methods. Dr. Rahman is an evidence synthesis enthusiast and has led different evidence synthesis projects on public health incorporating diverse methodologies such as systematic review, scoping review, rapid review, and evidence gap map (EGM). Dr. Rahman is the founding member of the Systematic Review Centre (SRC) at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) in Bangladesh and the Primary Health Care Research Consortium (CRC). Dr. Rahman completed his Ph.D. with a focus on NCDs and geriatric epidemiology at the Department of Public Health and Health Systems, Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya University.