Shoba Ramanadhan is faculty for Harvard Catalyst’s Community Engagement. She is a behavioral scientist with expertise in implementation science, cancer disparities, and community-based participatory research. Her work focuses on strengthening systems in underserved communities to leverage the best available evidence for cancer prevention and control. Ramanadhan designs and evaluates workforce development interventions to promote the use of research evidence within community-based organizations in the U.S. and India, where she also studies the adaptation of evidence-based preventive services for use in underserved communities. Additionally, her research focuses on methods to incorporate practitioner expertise into the health promotion evidence base more effectively. This includes evaluations of strategies to identify and engage critical implementation stakeholders as well as technology-based methods to gather stakeholder insight efficiently. Much of my Ramanadhan’s work is conducted in partnership with community-based organizations and coalitions.