Meghann Ormond is Assistant Professor in Cultural Geography at Wageningen University (The Netherlands). A human geographer, her research is mainly focused on the intersections of transnational mobility, health and care at a range of scales. She is the author of Neoliberal Governance and International Medical Travel in Malaysia (Routledge, 2013) and numerous journal articles and book chapters on ‘medical tourism’, migrant health, cross-border and intra-regional healthcare development, personalised medicine, and international retirement migration. Her work has appeared in such journals as Social Science and Medicine, Health and Place, Globalization and Health, Maturitas and Mobilities.
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