Tran has several years of experience in the implementation and research of diagnosis, prevention, control, and treatment of infectious diseases, and laboratory quality management system in resource-limited countries and settings. Her educational background is in Molecular Cellular Biology and Public Health Leadership. Her MPH’s paper addressed the situation of Hepatitis B birth dose immunization in Vietnam and proposed an implementation research framework for identifying facilitators and barriers to Hepatitis B vaccine uptake. Since 2020, she has been a part of the USAID’s Infectious Disease Detection and Surveillance (IDDS) project; part of her work has dealt with Tuberculosis (TB) Diagnostic Network Assessment and TB Laboratory Network Spatial Analysis in collaboration with project countries in Asia and Africa, that aim at evaluating the capacity of TB diagnostic networks and increasing population access to TB diagnostic services. Her passion is working towards global health equity, including improved access to quality-assured health services among vulnerable populations.