Professor Lisa Bero is a researcher in evidence-based health care, and is internationally known for her studies on the integrity of clinical and basic research evidence that is used to influence health policy. She is Affiliate Professor, University of Sydney where she founded the multidisciplinary Evidence, Policy and Influence Collaborative at the Charles Perkins Centre, focusing on bias and its influence on the integrity of research. She is Professor of Medicine and Public Health and Chief and Chief Scientist, Center for Bioethics and Humanities, University of Colorado. Her work spans basic science through to translation into policy. She has contributed to Cochrane as an author, editor, Centre Director, and member and Co-Chair of Cochrane’s Governing Board. She is also a long time contributor to the work of the World Health Organization, including serving as a member of the Guideline Review Committee, and as Chair of the Essential Medicines Committee.