Mark Storey has designed, implemented, and evaluated ICT for health programs for over fourteen years. As the former Director of ICT Programs at the American International Health Alliance, he created the Learning Resource Center project, which established ICT capacity at over 160 health organizations in Eurasia and Africa, and the EurasiaHealth Knowledge Network, an online clearinghouse and virtual community supporting health professionals in the Eurasia region. He has directly provided consulting support for health ministries in Albania, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. He specializes in program design and management, evaluation and assessment, information architecture, and sustainability training.

Irina Ibraghimova Irina Ibraghimova is a trained librarian, with a Ph.D. in library sciences. Prior to working on ICT for health projects internationally, she worked as a research librarian at the Russian State Library and the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences. She has received several certificates for training courses on evidence-based medicine (EBM) from the Medical Libraries Association, CASP International, Duke University, and the Oxford Center for EBM. She also completed online courses: "Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management" (Harvard Medical School), "Focus on Peer Review" (Nature Masterclasses), "Introduction to HTA" (Glasgow University), "Designing E-Learning for Health" (University of Nottingham, UK), "Open Knowledge" (Stanford University).  She currently produces online newsletters highlighting internet resources on evidence-based patient information and evidence-based journal clubs for health and social care professionals, and manages LRCNetwork discussion list. She specializes in providing training (workshops, distance courses and webinars) on information search and retrieval, evidence-based practice, and library and information management.

Dusko Jagodic is an IT specialist with a Master’s degree in computer science and engineering who has more than ten years experience managing ICT for health programs. He has coordinated capacity-building programs, including procurement and connectivity solutions, at more than 50 sites throughout Eastern Europe and Africa. He is experienced in website and database programming and design and has developed training modules on desktop publishing, network management, and a broad range of other IT-related subjects.

Grigory Naumovets is an IT specialist with a Ph.D. in physics and mathematics who has more than 15 years experience working in ICT for health programs. He also received a certificate for a short course on medical informatics from Stanford University’s Medical Informatics Program. He has coordinated IT procurement and installation of Internet connectivity at more than 25 hospitals and other health care organizations in the Eurasia region. He is experienced in website programming and design and has developed training modules on information systems planning and a broad range of other IT-related subjects.