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Sociology Research


Anne was a research assistant in the ‘Screening for cancer in the post-genomic era: diagnostic innovation and biomedicalisation in comparative perspective’ (CANCERSCREEN) research project, which seeks to investigate the political economy of the molecular diagnostics sector.

Anne's previous research focused on the political economy of pharmaceuticals. Her MPhil dissertation notably looked at the regulatory processes and dilemmas related to the introduction of the revolutionary yet highly expensive hepatitis C drug Sovaldi in France. Overall, Anne is especially interested in public health and healthcare issues, especially with regards to how stakeholders interact, and how they respond to and shape regulatory governance of these domains at national and inter- and supra-national levels. She is now a current PhD candidate in the department.

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PhD Candidate, Lucy Cavendish College