Dr David Reubi is an Associate Professor (Reader) in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, School of Global Affairs, King’s College London. Trained in sociology and anthropology at the London School of Economics (MSc, 2001; PhD, 2009), his work explores the politics of knowledge in contemporary biomedicine and global health. Specifically, his research explores how the social sciences writ large – from human rights law and micro-economic techniques to epidemiological surveillance and policy entrepreneurship models – have re-configured the way we understand and govern global health and biomedicine today. His research has been funded by the Wellcome Trust, the British Academy, the European Research Council, the Brocher Foundation and the UK Economic Social & Research Council. Before joining King’s College London, David worked at the London School of Economics, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.