Louis Reynolds

Louis Reynolds is a retired Associate Professor in the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Cape Town. His professional interests include neuromuscular disorders of children, paediatric pulmonology, paediatric intensive care, and community child health. He was a member of Research Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UCT, and served on the Board of the UCTs Childrens Institute. He teaches on health & human rights, primary health care, and the health impacts of climate change at UCT and the University of the Western Cape.He is involved in health and human rights advocacy with a focus on sustainability, vulnerability and the rights of the child. He is a founding member and current chair of the South African Chapter of the Peoples Health Movement, a global network of civil society organisations campaigning for health as a fundamental human right.