– Thitima Urapeepathanapong –
ResearcherSociety and Health Institute Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
I am an anthropologist at the Society and Health Institute. My previous research experience includes media studies, digital security, business and human rights, and disaster and One Health. As a member of AMIS program in Thailand, I will conduct ethnographic research focusing on antimicrobial use in tangerine plantations to understand how using chemical substances; pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, antibiotics, have been constructed and transmitted.Share
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