Wirun Limsawart is a medical anthropologist, medical doctor and the director of the Society and Health Institute, Ministry of Public Health Thailand.  Wirun’s research focus is on the use of the “bio-social interaction framework” – linking in-depth biological studies and social analysis – to understand the global and local problems of antimicrobial resistance. His particular interest is the intersection of the problem of drug-resistance tuberculosis (TB) and universal health coverage (UHC) especially the assemblage of global bureaucratization that effects lives of TB inflicted mobile populations – migrants, refugees, stateless people, and the like – and dominates the health policy and practice of caregiving by healthcare workers: professional and non-professional.