Dr Carolyn Mazariego (BHS Hons, MIPH, PhD) is an implementation scientist and health services researcher. She specialises in the implementation of evidence-based practices across the cancer care continuum. Her portfolio of research includes large cohort-study based projects, implementation strategy design and evaluation, and hybrid effectiveness/implementation trials. In 2020, Dr Mazariego was appointed as an inaugural Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) Survivorship Research Fellow to develop recommendations for the implementation of patient reported outcome measures into clinical practice for cancer survivorship in Australia, a topic that has now become a research area of focus. Dr Mazariego has also received an early career fellowship from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia to identify unmet supportive care needs of men with prostate cancer and their close allies. Dr Mazariego is also the course convener for PHCM1002 Introduction to Public Health in the Bachelor of International Public Health.