I am a post-doctoral researcher in social sciences of health at IRISSO (Université Paris-Dauphine) and joined the ROADMAP project (Rethinking of antimicrobial decision-systems in the management of animal production) in June 2021.
My doctoral research focused on the prescription of painkillers in general practice. It traced the trajectory of two analgesics massively prescribed by general practitioners (tramadol and dextropropoxyphene). I then sought to trace the reasons for their success in order to understand why and how doctors choose to prescribe one painkiller rather than another. My work is therefore both in the field of sociology of health and in that of Science and Technology Studies.
Within the AMAGRI collective, I work more specifically on the question of the industries that develop, manufacture and market drugs used in veterinary medicine.