Dr. Warner attended medical school at Rush University in Chicago, completed residency and fellowship training (Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine) at the University of Colorado, and earned a Masters of Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health. Throughout these years of training and beyond, she has traveled extensively and experienced healthcare systems in various countries across South America and the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa. Currently, Dr. Warner serves as Medical Director of Centura’s Global Health Initiatives as well as contributing to several other projects of the organization’s Community Health department. She began working with ASAP in May 2015 through her MPH practicum project and has continued to be involved as a Project Coordinator. Her work for ASAP focuses on developing a lab-in-a-box product to act as a guide for building networks of anatomic pathology laboratories in low-resource settings.