Sociologist, postdoctoral researcher
Contact : fannychabrol(at)yahoo.fr / fanny.chabrol(at)inserm.fr
Fanny Chabrol holds a PhD in Sociology from the Paris’ Graduate School for Social Science (EHESS). Her research interests focus on healthcare practices and policies in Sub-Saharan Africa, African states, global health governance, hospitals, HIV, tuberculosis and the question of coinfections and comorbities. Her doctoral research focused on access to antiretroviral medicines in Botswana. It was funded by the French National Agency for AIDS and hepatitis Research (ANRS) and by Sidaction. She has then undertaken a research on HIV and hepatitis B and C co-infection in Cameroon within the EVOLCAM Project funded by the ANRS. As a post-doc researcher at CERMES3 in GlobHealth (Project supported by the European Research Commission), Fanny will develop her research through an ethnography of a tuberculosis hospital in northern Tanzania.
Fanny is the author of Prendre soin de sa population. L’exception botswanaise face au sida (Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme/Institut de Recherches pour le Développement, 2014).
She also teaches within the Europe-Africa Program of Science Po Paris and at EHESS (Introduction à l’anthropologie de la santé). I co-organise the Global Health Seminar series at EHESS (Santé mondiale : Savoirs, dispositifs, pratiques) and the doctoral seminar in Cermes3.