Jocelyne ArquembourgVisiting Professor

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Visiting Researcher at Télécom Paris, Professor at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3.

Jocelyne Arquembourg is visiting researcher at Telecom Paris, one of the top French public institutions of higher education and research (Grandes Écoles) of engineering in France, composing Mines-Telecom. She is a member of  the Institut Interdisciplinaire de l’Innovation (I3), and of the SPE team.
Furthermore, she is Professor at Sorbonne Nouvelle University where she teaches information and communication sciences.

Her research interests focus on the publicisation of social problems related to health and the environment. She has been a member of different scientific committees working on research programs on antibioresistance like the JPIAMR (Joint Initiative Program on antibioresistance). She also participated in the preparation of the report led by Pr. Carlet, and submitted to the Minister of Health Madame Marisol Touraine, on 09-23-2015.

Activités : enseignement, recherche, projetsActivities : Teaching, Research, Projects

She has worked on the different careers of the problem of antibioresistance in France and several other countries. She coordinated a collective publication on this subject in 2015:  L’antibiorésitance, un problème en quête de public, and an article: « L’antibiorésistance en France, du risque à la menace pour la santé publique », in Questions de communication n°29, dir. Jocelyne Arquembourg, p.29-47, Presses universitaires de Nancy, Nancy, 2016. She co-organised with Nicolas Fortane, researcher at INRA, an international conference on the role of social and human sciences in understanding the social, political and economical issues of antibioresistance: Antibio addicts ? Defining and governing antibioresistance in the age of One Health. She published a chapter in a collective book dedicated to the new territories of health, Nouveaux territoires de la santé, Paris, ISTE ed., 2020. She gave a great number of lectures about these issues, she was invited by the French Academy of Medicine  on 13-06-2018, and by the Merieux Fondation (1st AMR course, a One Health Challenge, 7-11-2019).
She also studied the controverses on Lyme disease and published an article in The European Journal of Public Health : « Emergence of Lyme disease as a social problem: analysis of discourse using the media content », Clelia Pascal, Jocelyne Arquembourg, Philippe Vorilhon, Olivier Lesens, 05-11-2019.
Her research is now focusing on the digital solutions to health and environmental problems, and on the role of digital communication in the circulation of scientific knowledge.
She also teaches in the master CISE at la Sorbonne Nouvelle (Communication and Information in Health and the environment).