Filippa Lentzos is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Science & International Security at King’s College London, where she is jointly appointed in the Department of War Studies and the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine. A biologist and social scientist by training, Lentzos’ research critically examines biological threats, health security, biorisk management and biological arms control, and she has written widely on these issues. Lentzos serves as the Director of the King’s MA in Science & International Security. She is also an Associate Senior Researcher at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), a Non-Resident Scholar at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), and she serves as the NGO Coordinator for the Biological Weapons Convention. Follow her on Twitter @FilippaLentzos.