Since 2016, Stéphanie is a professor of law at the University of Geneva teaching
international health and social security law. French by nationality, she holds a PhD in International and European law from the universities of Poitiers (France) and
Saarbrücken (Germany). She has worked as a research fellow at the Max-Planck-
Institute for International Law and Comparative Public Law and at the Faculty of law in Heidelberg and as a lecturer at the Universities of Saarbrücken, Strasbourg and Heidelberg. Between 2009 and 2013, Stephanie was a senior research fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Ethics (now Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine) at the University of Zurich, working on an independent “Ambizione” research project financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).
Between 2013 and 2016, Stephanie was a SNSF-Professor at the Law Faculty of the
University of Zurich.
Stéphanie has a strong professional interest in international health law. She is currently working on a large-scale research project entitled “juridification of global health concerns: implications for health prevention, treatment and health systems”.
Since 2013, Stéphanie has also been practicing international law in her work as a consultant for WHO in the field of tuberculosis and human rights.