– Paula Palanco –Department of Global Health and Development London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Paula Palanco is a medical anthropologist with a background in development studies and communication. She has completed an Advanced Masters in Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies in KULeuven (Belgium) and worked as a Research Assistant in LSHTM.
She has carried out research in different African settings and is currently working to cover one of the gaps existing in the historiography of drugs: the arrival and generalisation of antibiotics in East Africa. Paula is interested in unveiling the underlying infrastructures that shape people’s behaviour towards antibiotics, the application of anthropological perspectives to public-health policies and the “One Health” approach.Share
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