– Anna Perris –
Medical AnthropologistDepartment of Global Health and Development London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
15-17 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9SH United Kingdom
Anna is a Medical Anthropologist and global health researcher working with the Antimicrobials in Society (AMIS) Hub and the Confidence Project at LSHTM. She is currently working with colleagues in Thailand to investigate the political economy of access to antimicrobials and the distribution of antimicrobial resistant infections in bedridden patients. Previously, she worked as a researcher in patient experience, collaborating with organisations including the WHO and the NHS, to improve patient care. Her research has explored the phenomenology of ‘contested illnesses’ through intersections of narrative, performativity and care. She has an MSc in Medical Anthropology from Oxford University, and a BA in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University.Share
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