Grania Brigden, MBChB, MRCP is the 3P Project Lead with The International Union against TB and Lung Disease. The 3P Project aims to rapidly accelerate the delivery of affordable, effective new regimens for TB through an open collaborative approach to conducting drug development and novel approaches to financing and coordinating R&D. She is a member of DR-TB Scale-Up Treatment Action Team and the WHO New Drug Task Force
Grania studied medicine at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and she continues to work in an ad hoc basis for the NHS as an honorary respiratory consultant at the Royal Free Hospital, London. She has previously worked for the MSF Access Campaign as the TB and AMR advisor and for Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO) in Uganda setting up and running a TB project in Kampala. She is currently based in Geneva, Switzerland.