Constance Boissin

Postdoctoral researcher

I am currently finalising my doctoral studies in the Injuries Social Aetiology and Consequences (ISAC) research group in the Department of Public Health Sciences.

About me

I have been raised in Paris (France), and have since then studied and lived in London (UK) and Montreal (Canada) before moving to Stockholm. I have a general interest for research in global health, public health and epidemiology. 

Research description

The title of my doctoral thesis is: "Diagnostic assistance to improve acute burn referral and triage: Assessment of routine clinical tools at specialised burn centres and potential for digital health development at point of care". I defended my thesis on December 11th 2020

Teaching portfolio

I have been co-supervising a number of medical students and Master in Global Health students.

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