I am an assistant professor à Paris-Saclay University, member of the EST research-unit (Etudes sur les Sciences et les Techniques – Science and Technology Studies). My researches aim at studying the medicalization of agriculture, focusing on how drugs have been massively used and have contributed to the rethinking of animal health, at the crossroads of human and veterinary medicine and agricultural sciences.

In the context of AMAGRI, I study how and why antibiotics in cattle breeding have been introduced and used, as well as how the problem of AMR articulated with French veterinary professional issues until the late 1970s.

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