This week on PLOS Translational Global Health, we continue our podcast series in Global Health with medical doctor and human rights lawyer, Fiona Lander. Coming from Melbourne, in South-East Australia, Alessandro asks Fiona about her time with the United Nations, in medical practice and travelling the globe.
Dr Fiona Lander holds degrees with dual honours in Medicine/Surgery and Laws from Monash University. She works in the areas of intellectual property and pro bono law, alongside her medical practice in the field of emergency medicine. Fiona previously worked in India as Senior Officer assisting the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to health, and has also worked with the Health and Human Rights team of the World Health Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland. She is the founder of the Global Health and Medicine working group at the Henley Club, Melbourne.
Global Health PodCast Interview with Dr Fiona Lander, Medical Doctor & Human Rights Lawyer by Translational Global Health, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.