Gilles Raguin is a medical doctor, trained in internal medicine and infectious diseases, and a global health specialist with more than 20 years of experience with governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Until recently, he was the director of the health department at EXPERTISE FRANCE, the French international agency for technical assistance (2006-2017) as well as a consultant in the department of infectious diseases at Hospital Saint Antoine in Paris.
He is also committed to humanitarian medicine, having spent nearly 10 years working for Medecins du monde, an international medical NGO, as a volunteer first, then a vice president and finally a director of international operations for 3 years (2002-2005).
Dr Raguin has also worked as an independent consultant for the French Agency for Development (AFD), the World Food Program and the Belgian Red Cross (2005-2007).
Combining a very good knowledge of global health actors and funders with a strong experience in humanitarian aid and technical expertise, Dr Raguin is particularly experienced in the fields of infectious diseases, global health security and humanitarian health in resource limited countries.