Bianca Albers is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Implementation Science in Health Care at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and a Research Associate at the Centre for Evidence and Implementation, where she also sits on the Methods Lab. Bianca holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne, Australia. In her research, she focuses on the usability and role of implementation strategies and frameworks as tools for guiding and structuring implementation practice and on strategies for building the capacity within health organisations and services to develop, implement and sustain research-supported interventions. Systematic knowledge synthesis and qualitative methods are central tools in this work. With a background in political science, Bianca also maintains a deep interest for health systems research and the interface between implementation science and policy implementation. Prior to joining academia, Bianca worked in multiple government and intermediary organisations in Europe and Australia, including the Centre for Evidence and Implementation, with a focus on supporting others in their work to enhance the use of evidence in health and human services and to establish evidence-based practice and policy. Bianca is a co-founder and past chair of the European Implementation Collaborative (EIC).