Dr Fabien Provost is a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, King’s College London. He is a member of the Wellcome-funded project Grid Oncology : Remaking Cancer Care in India. Fabien is the co-editor of the conference proceedings Of Living Beings and Artefacts as well as the Articulation of Vital and Technical Processes and of the book Hospitals in South Asia: Health Policies, Care Practices.
He is also the co-editor of a special issue of Techniques & Culture about biomimicry, to be published in 2020. Fabien is an associate member of the Centre d’Études Himalayennes and a board member of the Association Jeunes Études Indiennes.
As a social anthropologist, Fabien is interested in the intersection of medicine and the law. His thesis, defended in 2019 at the University Paris Nanterre, was based on a 12-month ethnographic investigation conducted in three North-Indian hospitals. This work explores the pragmatics of medical language, the production of knowledge about the body, and the articulation of the biological and the social in the day-to-day practice of forensic medicine.
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