I am a short-term fellow and a teacher at CRI.
I was trained in philosophy and political science in Paris and my interest is in applying these approaches to health policies. During my PhD I studied the decision-making process facing HIV/AIDS in France, analyzing the trade-offs between public health imperatives and individual liberties. After my PhD I worked for 10 years as a policy advisor for health authorities at the regional and national level in France.
Now I am turning back to research and teaching. I teach critical thinking and philosophy of education in CRI (ed-tech master). My research project is about how citizens can better participate in the decision-making process about health policies, with a focus on vaccine policies.