Claudine Burton-Jeangros

Curriculum Vitae

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Born on June 5th 1965, in la Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland)                                                  

 

Education

2001                PhD in sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland       

1996                Master in sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland  

1994                Master of Sciences in Health Promotion and Health Education, University of Cardiff
                         College of Medicine, United Kingdom (fellowship of the Swiss National Science Fondation)

1988                Bachelor in sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

                        

Professional appointments

2017-              Full professor, Department of sociology, Geneva School of Social Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland

2007-17         Associate professor, Department of sociology, Geneva School of Social Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland
                        (50% between 2007 and 2013, 100% since 2014)

2008-09       Invited professor, Faculty of social and political sciences, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

2002-07        “Maître-assistante” (80%), Department of sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

1999-02        Research assistant (Swiss National Science Foundation), Department of sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

1993-99         Teaching assistant (Prof. Jean Kellerhals), Department of sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

1992               Consultant, World Health Organisation (WHO), Global programme on AIDS, Evaluation unit, Geneva

1991                Visiting scholar, Center for Health Promotion, Research and Development, School of Public Health, University of Texas at Houston, United States

1988-90        Researcher, Institute for Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Research

Keywords: social inequalities in health, health trajectories, interpretations of risks,

 

Grants (since 2014)

As main applicant or co-applicant

Health in vulnerable groups: Patterns of resources (2019-2023), co-applicant with Daniela Jopp (University of Lausanne), funded by the NCCR LIVES, Swiss National Science Foundation.

Parchemins: a prospective study about the impact of regularization on undocumented migrants’ health and well-being, co-applicant with Yves Jackson (main applicant, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva) (2017-2023), funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

Etude sur les attentes concernant les documents d’information et de consentement destinés à la recherche sur les êtres humains, (may-october 2019), main applicant funded by the Geneva University Hospitals.

Social inequalities in cancer prevention care and fundamental social causes: a comparative study of innovative technologies and (in)effective policies, co-applicant with Piet Bracke (Ghent University, Belgium) and Stéphane Cullati (University of Geneva), (2018-2022) funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and FWO Research Foundation - Flanders

Forums citoyens autour de l’oncologie de précision. Entre espoirs et craintes, main applicant (2018-2020), with Samia Hurst, Pierre Chappuis & Petros Tsantoulis (HUG), funded by Foundation Leenaards, Lausanne

Etude sur l’évaluation des formulaires de consentement dans le cadre de la Commission cantonale d’éthique de la recherche (juin-septembre 2017), funded by the Geneva University Hospitals.

Determinants of vaccine hesitancy and under-immunization with childhood and Human Papilloma Virus vaccines in Switzerland, co-applicant with Philip Tarr (main applicant, Faculty of Medicine, University of Basel) (2017-2020), funded by PNR74 Swiss National Science Foundation

IOMIS: The impact of organised mammography screening programmes on demographic and socioeconomic inequalities in mammography attendance: a nationwide study in Switzerland 1992-2012”, Health Services Research in Oncology and Cancer Care Programme (2016-2017), co-applicant, mains applicant: Stéphane Cullati, funded by Swiss Cancer Research.

LIFETRAIL: Life course influences on health trajectories at older age: longitudinal analyses using retrospective data (2016-2019) co-applicant, main applicant: Stéphane Cullati, funded by the NCCR LIVES, Swiss National Science Foundation.

Health inequalities in India and Switzerland: Measurement and distribution of well-being and vulnerability, co-applicant with Achin Chakraborty (Institute for Development Studies, Kolkata) (August 2015-July 2017) funded by the Indo-Swiss Joint Research Programme in the Social Sciences, Seed Money Grants (SMG)

Organizing, Communicating, and Costing in Risk Governance: Learning Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, co-applicant with Mathilde Bourrier (main applicant, Department of Sociology, University of Geneva) (2013-2016)

Fear of crime among the elderly in Geneva, funded by Geneva police department, main applicant (January-May 2014)

Socio-demographic and socioeconomic inequalities in cancer screening, Switzerland 1992-2012: trend analyses based on the Swiss Health Survey, funded by the Swiss League Cancer, co-applicant (main applicant: Dr. Idris Guessous HUG) (2013-2014)

Health trajectories and life transitions. A life-course approach to health vulnerability, National Center of Competence in Research (NCCR) ‘Overcoming vulnerability: life course perspectives’, funded by Swiss National Foundation for Scientific Research (2011-2015).