Dr Adam Keane was previously a research student at the University of Sydney where he studied mathematical models of plasma physics and brain dynamics. In Adam’s current research he is using the Policy1-Cervix modelling platform to analyse the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of various screening, treatment and vaccination strategies for cervical cancer prevention. He is focused on obtaining outcomes for low- and middle-income countries, and has led modelling on projects specific to Malaysia and China. He was part of a comparative modelling exercise performed for the World Health Organisation, which informed their global initiative to eliminate cervical cancer. He performed modelling as part of a working group which helped informed the updated WHO cervical screening guidelines for 2021.