Serian Carlyle is the Administrator of the TB Europe Coalition, an advocacy network of civil society stakeholders working to end TB in Europe and Central Asia. Serian’s previous experience includes development and administrative roles for the British Museum, Tate, and Wellcome Trust. Serian studied Russian at University College London (UCL). She has a particular research interest in the relationship between sensitive aspects of identity (for example, health, sexuality, gender) and their depiction on screen. Currently, she is co-writing a chapter on the representation of reproductive health in Russian and Soviet cinema for publication in an edited volume on gender and authority. She hopes to build on her experience with TBEC and research the representation of TB in the media in the future.