Organizing team

Jean-Paul Gaudillière is a historian of science and medicine, senior researcher at Inserm and professor at EHESS. His recent research focused on pharmaceutical innovation in the 20th century, and on the transition from international public health to global health.

Ilana Löwy is a senior research fellow at CERMES3. Originally trained as a biologist, she studies the history of relationships between laboratory sciences, clinical medicine and public health, present day developments in these domains, and intersections between gender and biomedicine.

Luc Berlivet is a historian, researcher with the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). His work analyses the ways in which physicians, scholars and administrators have sought to describe the differences within human populations. His research focuses in particular on "Latin eugenics" (France, Italy, Romania, Latin America) and the different conceptions of the influence of the environment on heredity itself.

Claire Beaudevin is an anthropologist and researcher at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Her work explores practices of medical genetics and genomics in the Middle East and in France, as well as their relations to global health.

Alexis Rayapoullé is a public health resident and a member of the Cermes3 team for his professional training. His work is focused on a STS approach of the French public health response to the Covid-19 crisis.

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