Marie Le Clainche – Piel
Member of the CEMS / Cermes3 (from February 2022)
I am a sociologist and CNRS fellow.
I work mainly on the practices, technologies, scientific theories and policies of the circulation of body materials – be they human remains, organs, cells, gametes.
As an elected member of the French network for the sociology of health, medicine and disability (AFS RT19) I am committed to the dissemination and representation of this global field of research.
Algorithms Against Organ Shortage. A Comparative Sociology of Health Resources Allocation (From 2022)
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant 2010-2018 (PhD)
Under the supervision of Nicolas Dodier and Catherine Rémy, I dedicated my doctoral research to the following question: How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation?