Dr. Diego Silva is a Senior Lecturer in Bioethics at Sydney Health Ethics and the University of Sydney School of Public Health. His research centres on public health ethics, particularly the application of political theory in the context of infectious diseases and health security, e.g., tuberculosis, COVID-19, antimicrobial resistance, etc. Diego adopts a mixed methods approach to his work, including the use of qualitative methods and conceptual analysis. He is currently the Chair of the Public Health Ethics Consultative Group at the Public Health Agency of Canada. Diego is also a Member of the Ethics Advisory Group within the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease.