|PhD Student in the Department of Anthropology|
Métrey has a background in Public Health and Social Medicine and Global Health.
She is a 1st year PhD student in Anthropology at Durham University.
Her doctoral project, situated at the intersection of public health and social anthropology, seeks to investigate the process and practice of a health system at organising preparedness and response to an endemic disease, taking the case of Lassa Fever (a deadly rodent-borne viral haemorrhagic fever) in Nigeria and an ethnographic approach.
- Medical Anthropology
- Global Health, Critical Public Health