In September 2019, I obtained my PhD in History at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), in cosupervision with the Centre Alexandre-Koyré (CAK) in Paris. I then started a postdoctoral fellowship in Oxford. My affiliations there are with Wolfson College, with the Faculty of History and with the Oxford Centre for the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology.
My research deals with 19th-century medical education in Canada and the British Empire. I have a strong interest in death studies as well. Indeed I examine how new modes of body disposal, such as cremation and human dissection, shaped the medical profession during the 19th century. My postdoctoral research analyzes how a European-type medical education was established in Canada and India after the integration of those territories into the British Empire, between 1763 and 1845.