The Health GeoLab Collaborative develops and maintains a pool of expertise and skills among its members based in Asia and the Pacific. This pool is available to countries to strengthen their technical capacity when it comes to the geo-enablement of their Health Information System.

The pool is composed as follow by alphabetical order (last update: 16 May 2018):

 
  Sat Chab (Cambodia): Vice-Chief of the Health Economics and Financing Bureau at the Ministry of Health of Cambodia. He has been trained on the management and use of geospatial data and technologies and is involved in the process aiming at geo-enabling the Health Information System (HIS). Sat can be contacted through Sokna Sek.
     
  Steeve Ebener (Philippines): 19 years of experience in providing technical support to the health and emergency management sectors from the global to the national level when it comes to the integration of geography and time in their respective information system as well as the management and use of geospatial data and technologies. LinkedIn profile
    Nattwut Ekapirat (Thailand): Data Scientist and Statistician based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has an extensive experience in data analysis and visualization techniques for a decade. Currently, He leads a risk mapping and response planning project of malaria and dengue in Thailand supported by Asian Development Bank (ADB). MORU profile
  Sazid Ibna Zaman (Bangladesh): Consultant on Data Management & GIS Mapping for both Malaria epidemiology and Mathematical and Economic Modeling (MAEMOD) group at Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), based in Bangladesh. He has over 11 years of experience in spatial data collection, data management and GIS mapping in national & international organizations and companies including government agencies and providing technical support for GIS technology and geospatial data sharing, analysis and decision making to health sectors. MORU profile
     
  Leng Ing (Cambodia): IT Officer in the Health Information System Bureau at the Ministry of Health of Cambodia. He is in charge of maintaining, completing and updating the master lists for the geographic objects core to public health as well as the development and improvement of the guidelines and protocols related to geospatial data and technologies. Leng can be contacted through Sokna Sek. 
     
  Chris Mercado (Philippines): Public health researcher with ongoing training in spatial epidemiology of infectious diseases at MORU. In collaboration with WHO and Malaria Atlas Project (MAP), he helped produce national and subnational risk maps of malaria for 22 countries in the Asia Pacific for a project under the Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA). Chris currently supports an ADB project on risk mapping and response planning for malaria in Thailand. MORU profile
   
Pengby (Cambodia): has worked in database management and mapping in Cambodia since graduation. Currently employed as data manager by the National Center for Parasitology Entomology and Malaria Control at the Ministry of Health of Cambodia he is also pursuing a Postgraduate fellowship in Mathematical Modelling for malaria elimination at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit. MORU profile
  Izay Pantanilla (Philippines): Geographer with more than 6 years of experience as a GIS Analyst/Specialist working with government agencies, private companies and international organizations. LinkedIn profile 
     
  Sokna Sek (Cambodia): Vice-Chief of the Health Information System Bureau at the Ministry of Health of Cambodia. He is in charge of all issues related to the HIS including its geo-enabling. He has been trained on the management and use of geospatial data and technologies and is currently supervising the integration of the common geo-registry in the HMIS/HCP platform. LinkedIn profile
     
  Ian Thomas (Cambodia): Leading expert with two decades of experience in the Mekong Region on all things remote sensing and GIS related. Past health related mapping projects includes regional HIV mapping with PSI and support for Landmine Victim Assistance in Cambodia, Laos & Myanmar. LinkedIn profile
     
  Wynn Zaw (Myanmar): Data and GIS manager for the Epidemiology Department at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), based in Yangon, Myanmar. Wynn’s interests include data science and data-mining and development in infectious disease settings, spatial-temporal analysis of tropical diseases, web-based development, diseases risk mapping and analysis, raster analysis, and data repository development. MORU profile