Research assistant for Prof. Wasserman.
I am a French medical anthropologist currently working as a research assistant on suicide prevention research at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm.
I have over five years’ experience in multicultural and culturally responsive community-based project coordination of health, mental ill-health and suicide prevention research and service delivery in several countries (Australia, Vietnam, China, Scotland, Sweden and USA). Additionally, I have experience working remotely on various health strategies with health practitioners and communities in development and humanitarian settings.
I have experience in qualitative research as well as conducting independent field data collection in developing countries. I have produced high quality multidisciplinary written outputs including contribution to published books, psychiatry policy reports and a peer reviewed journal article (under review) based on my MSc dissertation.
University of Edinburgh, UK.
- Master of Science in International Development, High Distinctions, Best Student Award (2017-2018).
University Lyon II Lumière, France.
- Bachelor in Anthropology, Distinctions (2013-2015).
- Bachelor in Foreign Languages English and Chinese, Distinctions (2013-2015).
Lycée Berthollet, France.
- Classe Préparatoire Littéraire - Hypokhâgne Khâgne, Honours Degree (2011-2013).