Emmanuel Drouet is a doctor of pharmacy and has been teaching microbiology at the Faculté de Pharmacie de Grenoble for more than 20 years. He is a Teacher-Researcher at the Institut de biologie structurale . He obtained his doctorate in clinical virology at the Université Claude-Bernard (Lyon) and practiced medical biology at the Institut Pasteur in Lyon. His group has been involved in clinical investigation for about ten years, particularly in the field of viral diseases. He is interested in host-pathogen relations, particularly in developing new diagnostic methods, and is the author of more than 80 publications and book chapters in this field. It is concerned about the influences (positive or negative) that the environment (in the broad sense) can have on human health.
Articles published on this website:
- Epigenetics: How the environment influences our genes, published in Health, Adaptation and resilience - The Friday 30 September 2016
- Climate change: what effects on our health?, published in Health, Human pathologies - The Friday 23 September 2016