As a forum fellow, Andrew Cheung worked with John Lavis in evaluating the Evidence-Informed Policy Networks (EVIPNet), an initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO). During his internship at WHO, he worked with the EVIPNet team to map the context of EVIPNet's African jurisdictions and assisted in designing an e-learning module on knowledge-translation for WHO personnel. After obtaining a Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at McMaster University, Andrew began studying towards a medical degree at the University of Ottawa. He is now in his final year of the program. In Ottawa, he has been involved in thrombosis and patient safety/quality improvement research at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Recently, he has started working on 2 Minute Medicine (http://www.2minutemedicine.com), a new collaborative effort involving medical students from across North America with the goal of providing detailed summaries of the latest, high-impact health research.