After a Master's degree which already focused on health science, my PhD thesis was funded by the Fondation de France. My thesis focused on the "global" hospital care of children with cancer, and its long-term effects on their identity building.
As an independent researcher and a full member of SPHERE, I work mostly in a multidisciplinary context (medicine, linguistics, psychology, biostatistics, economics).
My research is based on qualitative surveys (interviews, focus groups and observations) and is mainly funded by public tenders. I work with several institutions and health care services in the western part of France.
My research interests include transformations in the way patients are cared for, interdisciplinary professional collaborations, the effects of prevention measures implemented by health authorities, and patients' trajectories.
PhD in Sociology, with honors and unanimous congratulations of the committee, University of Nantes.
Young researcher award from the ARC Foundation for the best oral communication - 11th days of the Cancéropôle grand ouest, Palais des arts de Vannes, 30 June 2017.
La carrière cancéreuse des enfants malades : de l’entrée au maintien dans la carrière.
A paraître. 2021.
La « prise en charge globale » en oncopédiatrie : l’enjeu d’une normalisation des enfants atteints de cancer ? », Anthropologie & Santé. 2016;13. URL : http:// anthropologiesante.revues.org/2327.
La guérison est-elle une maladie chronique ? Dettes, stigmates et conversion.