Reshmie Ramautarsing graduated with honors from Erasmus Medical School in The Netherlands in 2009, and was awarded a PhD in HIV clinical science from the University of Amsterdam in 2013. She has been involved in HIV clinical trials, HIV prevention research and implementation science for over 10 years. She currently works at the Prevention Department of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre, with a focus on HIV treatment and prevention programs. In her current role as the Program and Technical Director, she oversees and manages the implementation of the Key Population Led Health Services model, which provides differentiated HIV services along the cascade to key populations at the community level in Thailand. Her research interests include HIV treatment and prevention, health of transgender women and other key populations, HPV and other STIs, and differentiated ART maintenance services.