Anri Human qualified as a physiotherapist (cum laude) at the University of Pretoria in 2003. She has been a Paediatrics lecturer at the Physiotherapy department of Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, Pretoria (South Africa) since 2008. Her love and interest in Paediatrics began while working in private practice (2005-2008) in various settings including, Out-patients, Neonatal and Paediatric ICU. She completed her Masterís degree in Paediatrics at the University of Pretoria in 2010 and has since published on various topics including cerebral palsy, health-related quality of life, childhood obesity and neuromuscular diseases. She has supervised and co-supervised undergraduate and post-graduate students and since 2005 she has presented at national and international congresses. Anri was awarded a pre-PhD scholarship (2013) which included a study visit to the Netherlands and Belgium, sponsored by SAVUSA, Exactica and the Netherlands embassy. She enjoys interacting with colleagues from various countries and sharing research ideas. At present she is doing her PhD in Respiratory Paediatrics at the University of Cape Town; under the supervision of Profs Brenda Morrow and Jennifer Jelsma. As part of the South African Society of Physiotherapy, Anri currently holds the position of secretary in the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Group (CPRG) executive committee that hosts workshops and courses all over South Africa promoting evidence-based practice. She acts as a reviewer for the following journals: South African Society of Physiotherapy Journal, Southern African Journal of Critical Care and Developmental Neurorehabilitation.
Anri Human's Research Interests are General Paediatrics, Paediatric pulmonology/respiratory conditions, Neuromuscular diseases in children and adolescents and Paediatric neurology (including Cerebral Palsy).