Dr. Rigmor (‘Rimo’) Berg received her undergraduate training from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway) and York University (England). In 2006, she received her Ph.D. from The University of Georgia (USA), where she won an Outstanding Teaching Assistant Reward. She was credentialed as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) the same year. After a few years as Lecturer at Rice University, Houston, she took a position as researcher at the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, Oslo. Since 2010, Dr. Berg also holds an Adjunct Assistant Professor position at the University of Texas, Houston School of Public Health. To date, she has more than 35 publications in the professional literature, serves in various capacities for several journals, and she has presented more than 40 papers internationally, in countries such as the United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, Puerto Rico, and Singapore. Dr. Berg is an enthusiastic traveler, whose primary areas of research interests are in the areas of Evidence Based Practice, HIV prevention, stigma among sexual minorities, and other health issues such as female genital cutting. She will be teaching Introduction to Epidemiology, Women’s Health in Developing Countries, and International Public Health.