Anri Human holds the position of full-time lecturer in the Physiotherapy department of Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (previously known as Medunsa) in Pretoria, South Africa since 2008. Her love for Paediatrics started while working in public hospital and private practice sectors (2004-2008) including out-patients, neonatal and paediatric ICU. She completed her Master’s degree (2010) in Respiratory Paediatrics and obtained a Post-graduate Certificate in Higher Education (cum laude) in 2011 from the University of Pretoria. She is currently finalising her PhD at the University of Cape Town, under the supervision of professor Brenda Morrow, investigating Inspiratory Muscle Training in Paediatric Neuromuscular Diseases. Anri has presented at numerous local and international congresses, research days and workshops and supervises research projects for undergraduate as well as postgraduate physiotherapy students. Her awards include best poster prizes at the WCPT international congress and SMU Research Day (2017); ICNMD in Austria 2018; winner of the 3MT presentation competition at UCT (2017) as well as national 3MT winner and People’s choice awards (2018). She currently serves as secretary of the Cardiopulmonary Special Interest Group (CPRG) under the auspices of the South African Society of Physiotherapy and has recently been elected as a member of the executive committee of the International Confederation of Cardiorespiratory Physical therapists (ICCrPT). She has published in national and international peer reviewed journals and acts as peer reviewer for several medical and physiotherapy journals. Anri also serves on the expert panel for the Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association, is a member of TREAT-NMD and is involved in fundraising/awareness projects with the Muscle Dystrophy Foundation of South Africa.