– Coll de Lima Hutchison –
Research FellowDepartment of Global Health and Development London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
15-17 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9SH United Kingdom
Coll is an anthropologist of science in the Anti-Microbials in Society (AMIS) Hub and the DFID funded Febrile Illness Evaluation in a Broad Range of Endemicities (FIEBRE) study.
His research seeks to combine political ecologies of health and disease with historical analysis and critical engagement with epidemiology and biological sciences, more broadly. His research follows microbes and medicines as they emerge as scientific, policy and popular objects as means to explore the making and unmaking of modern medicine. Coll recently published an opinion piece in the BMJ about antibiotic resistance helping us rethink medicine and farming.
Coll has completed an interdisciplinary PhD and Masters in Science from LSHTM, and a Bachelors in Genetics from the University of Edinburgh. He was awarded a highly competitive NERC/ESRC studentship to complete his doctoral dissertation, Delivery Public Health: Mbya Guarani encounters in Misiones, Argentina.
His research has been funded by The Wellcome Trust, the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Natural and Environmental Research Council (NERC), the Department for International Development (DFID), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Further information on Coll is available on his institutional profile.Share
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