Raminta Daniulaityte, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at the College of Health Solutions, Arizona State University. Native of Lithuania, she completed her graduate education in anthropology and social work at the University of Alabama. She conducted her dissertation research in Guadalajara, Mexico, and can communicate in Spanish. Dr. Daniulaityte joined ASU in 2020. She has over 17 years of experience conducting substance use research, including community-based studies with individuals who use illicit opioids and other drugs, ethnographic and mixed methods research to inform epidemiology of emerging substance use trends, and web-based research to develop more effective strategies for tracking changing practices of cannabis, novel synthetic opioid and other drug use. Dr. Daniulaityte has experience in leading interdisciplinary collaborations (e.g., computer science, chemistry and forensic toxicology) to advance innovation and timeliness in substance use epidemiology research.