Cecilia Oh is the Programme Advisor at the HIV, Health and Development Group of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), based at the UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub, Thailand. Since 2014, she has coordinated the Access and Delivery Partnership, a global project led by UNDP in collaboaration with TDR, WHO and PATH, and aimed at supporting low- and middle-income countries to reinforce their health systems through strengthened institutions and human capacities. Prior to this, Ms Oh was an independent consultant on development, trade and intellectual property issues. In 2010, she was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor at Duke University’s Global Health Institute, where she worked with the Program on Global Health and Technology Access on global health policy issues. From 2006-2008, Ms Oh was the Trade Policy Advisor for the Asia-Pacific region, based at the UNDP Regional Centre in Colombo. Ms Oh was previously also at the WHO, with the global technical cooperation programme on trade agreements, intellectual property rights and public health. Prior to joining the WHO, she was a Senior Researcher and Legal Advisor of the Third World Network in Geneva, where she worked on international trade, environment and development issues.