Edouard Habib

Doctorant, Centre de recherche en droit public UdeM (CRDP) et Centre de droit de la santé Aix-Marseille Université (CDSA)

Edouard Habib is a student researcher and doctoral candidate at the Université de Montréal and the Université d'Aix-Marseille under the joint supervision of Professor Catherine Régis (UdeM) and Ms. Guylène Nicolas (AMU). The main objective of his doctoral research is to determine the necessary adaptations of health systems within the framework of an interdisciplinary and comparative European Union / Canada approach.

Edouard Habib holds a double degree in law and public administration as well as two masters degrees in public and private health law, during which he specialized in public health law and bioethics. After focusing his research on the legal, ethical and economic aspects of medical innovations, he now seeks to understand in depth the upheavals caused by the advent of personalized medicine and precision health in contemporary societies. Since January 2019, he has been a research assistant at the UdeM's Cyberjustice Laboratory, where he has been studying the application of new technologies in the service of 21st century justice.

This content has been updated on 27 November 2019 at 22 h 26 min.