Université de Montréal
Annette Leibing is an anthropologist and full professor at the Faculty of Nursing at the Université de Montréal. She is a researcher of the CAU in social gerontology at the CSSS Cavendish (CREGÉS), the MEOS team (the medicinal product as a social object), the IRSPUM and a researcher associated with the research groups PACTE (Policies, ACTIONS, Territories, CNRS Grenoble) and PEPAS (Subjectivity, Health and Medicine, Rio de Janeiro).
Medical anthropology,Psychiatry,Aging,Critical gerontology,Alzheimer's disease,Parkinson disease,Stem cells,Anthropology of Care,The drug as a social object,Transcultural research.
Rodrigues NB, Leibing A, Saint-Hilaire PL. THE INTERMITTENCIES OF LIFE: AN ANALYSIS OF LONGEVITY IN TALES OF BIOTECHNOLOGY. Brazilian Journal of Medicine and Human Health. 2016 Sep 16;4(3).
Zorzanelli RT, Speroni AV, Menezes RA, Leibing A. Stem cell research in Brazil: the production of a new field of science. História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos. 2017 Jan;24(1):129-44.
Leibing A, Tournay V, Menezes RA, Zorzanelli R. How to fix a broken heart: cardiac disease and the ‘multiverse’of stem cell research in Canada. BioSocieties. 2016 Dec 1;11(4):435-57.