MACH Centre, Università di Milano - Raviglione is Full Professor of Global Health at the University of Milan, Italy, where is a founding director of the Centre for Multidisciplinary Research on Health Science (MACH) and coordinator of the first Master in Global Health online in Italy and Europe. From 1991 and until 2017, he worked at WHO where, starting in 2003, he was Director of the Global Tuberculosis (TB) Programme. A graduate from Turin University, he trained in internal medicine and infectious diseases at Cabrini Medical Centre, New York, and on infectious diseases and AIDS at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston. He is one of the 10 most cited authors on TB worldwide, and has nearly 500 publications on TB, AIDS, infectious diseases, COVID-19 and global health. His production has been cited 67,000 times and his h-index is 111. He has worked with over 50 countries and has received international awards. He has been visiting professor and teacher at top universities worldwide. He is Honorary Professor at the Queen Mary University of London, UK, and was Professeur Titulaire at the Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva, until 2020.